Volume 27, Issue 7
March 01, 2015
Philanthropy’s Green Thumb
Donors are pouring money into parks, including the National Mall. The results are often stunning, but is it the job of private money to spruce up public spaces?
February 24, 2015
Legacy Charity Walks and Runs Are Stumbling, New Report Says
Stiff competition from exotic events like the "Tough Mudder" obstacle race appears to be draining revenue from many of the biggest names in traditional athletic fundraising.
February 13, 2015
Male Donors Respond Best to Pitches That Stress Self-Interest, Study Says
Stanford University researchers document an "empathy gap" with important implications for how fundraisers should make their case to men.
February 12, 2015
Opinion: Philanthropy Must Lead With Its Heart
All the focus on strategy means nonprofit leaders are afraid to talk about love or caring, and that could ultimately limit what donors and charities can achieve together.