June 20, 2017

From Alaska to Florida: Top Donors From All 50 States

From Alaska to Florida: Top Donors From All 50 States

Who gives the most to charity in your state? The Chronicle scoured its databases to give you the answer. The list includes ranchers, media moguls, clothing makers, and, of course, tech wizards.

May 31, 2017

How Nonprofit Endowments Performed

How Nonprofit Endowments Performed

This interactive database has survey data collected by The Chronicle on hundreds of nonprofit endowments going back to 2003. New to this year's report is historical information on hundreds of groups using information from IRS form 990s and 990PFs.

May 02, 2017

Inside Philanthropy’s Boardroom 'Bubble'

Inside Philanthropy’s Boardroom 'Bubble'

At the 20 wealthiest national foundations, which control $162 billion in assets, plenty of board members have degrees from top private universities, but only a handful live in rural or poor parts of the United States.

All Data Projects

Philanthropy 400: A New No. 1, and a Record Year in Giving
United Way is pushed from the top rung of The Chronicle's annual ranking of U.S. charities as a young upstart surges into the lead — signaling big changes for philanthropy. Plus: What drove big gains at some of the year’s notable organizations.
The 2017 Philanthropy 50
The Chronicle of Philanthropy's annual ranking of America's biggest donors, with details about their gifts and favorite causes. Plus: Read about Sheryl Sandberg, Roxanne Quimby, Robert Smith, and others changing the face of philanthropy.
Big Charitable Gifts: Where Donors Have Given $1 Million or More
Search our free database of charitable gifts of $1 million or more from individuals. New gifts are added regularly.
August Sees Spike in Online Giving to Network for Good
The total rose 81 percent over July and 73 percent over August of last year. The number of donors more than doubled.
How America Gives 2014
The wealthiest Americans are giving a smaller share of their income to charity, while poor and middle-income people are digging deeper into their wallets, according to a new Chronicle analysis of IRS data.
Chronicle Review Shows ‘Coastal Elites’ Dominate Biggest Foundations' Boards
Our review shows that the roster of trustees governing the wealthiest U.S. grant makers looks little like America when it comes to class, race, and gender. The package includes data on 20 foundations, expert commentary, and steps boards can take to become more diverse and inclusive.
How Much America’s Biggest Companies Give to Charity: an Exclusive Chronicle Study
A Chronicle survey of America’s biggest companies found that donations grew 2 percent in 2015 compared with the previous year. Meanwhile, companies are increasingly integrating philanthropy throughout their business operations.
How Nonprofits Can Gain the Public's Trust
An exclusive Chronicle survey finds that one in three Americans lacks faith in charities. Experts blame a lack of oversight and poor press coverage — but mostly charities' failure to promote trust.
Pay for Performance? 2015 Fundraiser Salary Survey
Stories, data, and analysis related to The Chronicle’s annual survey of top fundraisers at more than 300 of America’s biggest charities.
Executive Compensation 2014
Charity executives of big nonprofits and foundations are beginning to win bigger raises after a long run when the median annual increases did little better than keep up with inflation.