Trends and ideas to stay on top of, including outsourcing for small groups, training staff in data analysis, average people getting into impact investing, and much more.
Nonprofits say they are eager to experiment with approaches like design thinking and contingency planning.
Lobbyists are gearing up to press their case with Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch and other congressional leaders over tax legislation affecting nonprofits.
Nonprofits tend to budget tens or hundreds of thousands to make their voices heard, far less than the millions that major banks spend.
Advocates now face a bigger job than they did two years ago helping "dreamers" achieve temporary legal status.
A post intended for 4,000 people went to 2.1 million, resulting in numerous policy changes at the organization, along with some teasing.
Latest survey results support trend of declining volunteerism and growing loss of trust in public institutions.
The antipoverty group’s first woman president brings expertise in mental-health care and organizational leadership.
Lukas Haynes has a track record of spotting emerging ideas and channeling donors to them.
Ralph Wilson Jr., the late owner of the Buffalo Bills, left a major bequest to his fund in a year when multibillionaires continued to make huge gifts, including many to...
Marcie and Howard Zelikow want to make sure rabbis, cantors, and others learn how to run organizations well.
Nonprofits hope to take advantage of monthly giving, matching donations, and smartphones and tablets to bring in more money this year.
Use a variety of techniques, and consider placing ads on Facebook or Google.
Amid the $115-million glow of the ice-bucket challenge, the nonprofit’s 2014 walk revenue climbs 45 percent, while the number of December gifts spikes 357 percent.
Advocates say the funds raised by the technology help unlock additional sources of giving, but some taxpayers see city hall trying to double-dip into their wallets.
Small groups are less likely to look at new findings on why people give, but a report suggests they could improve donations by doing so.
Four marijuana-friendly events generated $250,000 for the Denver-based performing-arts organization, but few nonprofits are following suit.
Charities Show Strides in Keeping Loyal Donors but Are Too Focused on Short-Term Results, Scholars Say
Only 43 percent of supporters are giving a second time, so many groups are putting a lot of money into finding replacements.
The Change Machine helps workers assist clients in identifying money problems, finding solutions, and monitoring progress.
The app uses a smartphone's GPS function to give information about shelters, food programs, and other services close by.
A little-noticed new rule could add new money for administrative expenses to government grants and contracts charities receive.
Creating high-level jobs and setting a strategy for reaching people through social media, smartphones, and other technology are increasingly essential.
Lack of good journalism about nonprofits and strong professional training at business schools and elsewhere perpetuates dangerous myths.
The lack of attention to big issues, like forcing wealthy institutions to give more and act more democratically, is hobbling the ability of charities to serve society.
Individuals and foundations should work to reverse the centralization of power and the decay of democracy, both of which hurt people and the environment.
Two scholars question some data in a Chronicle report, and The Chronicle responds.
The museum also uses interactive pieces and artifacts like sheep antlers and a honeycomb to teach kids about patterns and other math concepts.