June 23, 2017
The president's son is no longer on the board of the former Eric Trump Foundation, now called Curetivity. Also, looks at nonprofits developing artificial intelligence for social good and challenges faced by foundations that opt to spend down and close.
June 22, 2017
Experts liken the Amazon founder's approach to philanthropy to his disruption of the retail industry. Also, Susan G. Komen Arizona is shutting its doors, and the Girl Scouts adds an achievement badge in cybersecurity.
June 19, 2017
The state grant program aims to shore up community and Planned Parenthood clinics facing potental shortfalls. Plus, a philanthropy consultant critiques Jeff Bezos's Twitter call for giving advice, and New York State shuts down a cancer charity investigators say was effectively run by a commercial fundraiser.
June 16, 2017
Proceeds from the annual benefit more than doubled last year's total as ticket sales skyrocketed in the wake of the gun attack on Republican lawmakers at a practice field. Also, Illinois nonprofits lose a round in court in their battle to secure state payments held up by a budget impasse.
June 06, 2017
Also, the Supreme Court rules that faith-affiliated hospitals need not abide by federal regulations on insuring employee pensions, and an art critic mounts a climate-based case for cultural institutions to reject Koch philanthropy.
May 31, 2017
The grant maker is re-establishing a physical presence in its native city 64 years after moving its headquarters to New York. Also, Google co-founder Sergey Brin is reportedly building the world's largest aircraft with a charitable purpose in mind.
May 30, 2017
The White House is set to relax the mandate on birth-control coverage in employee health-care plans, which religious nonprofits have fought bitterly. Also, a political scientist looks at the NAACP's leadership crisis, and Charlotte, N.C.'s property boom disrupts a major charity program.