May 10, 2017
The tech giant will give over part of a structure in its planned office campus in downtown Seattle to a homelessness charity. Also, an Illinois appeals court rules that a public college's fundraising foundation is subject to open-records laws.
May 09, 2017
A City Hall-led campaign encourages people to pass up panhandlers in favor of supporting a charitable housing fund. Also, a look at the state of local nonprofit newsrooms and an accountant's view of a major New York charity's fiscal meltdown.
May 05, 2017
Both the number of donors and the amount they gave increased by more than 11 percent in April compared to the same month in 2016.!-->!-->
May 02, 2017
Facebook and Twitter are important, but the Women’s Marches and other activist campaigns prove that an older form of electronic technology still has power to motivate followers, says Brian Young of Action Network.
May 02, 2017
Facebook’s CrowdTangle tracks the performance of all an organization’s social-media accounts, and savvy nonprofits can use the data to boost fundraising.
May 01, 2017
Giving where you live remains the focus, but one year after Kimbia’s major technology failure the scope of the event has shifted, with some community foundations switching to different dates or other tech providers.
April 21, 2017
The nonprofit, an offshoot of the Omidyar Network, combines technology, design, and behavioral science to develop innovative and engaging tools for improving children’s health.
April 19, 2017
Also, the White House sends up a trial ballon on capping the charitable deduction, and Sheryl Sandberg's workplace-equality nonprofit Lean In faces criticism for staying neutral as more professional women protest Trump policies.
April 18, 2017
As Congress weighs restrictions on tax exemptions for endowments, well-heeled colleges are adding the issue to their lobbying agenda. Also, how technology unduly dominates a surge in education aid for displaced Syrian children.