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September 2019

The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Volume 31, Issue 11

Cover Story



  • Fundraising

    Nonprofits Try New Ways to Attract IRA Donations

    Fundraisers are stepping up efforts to let older donors know they can give tax-free from their retirement accounts. But the mechanics of making the gifts can be complicated.
  • America's Favorite Charities

    White Men Still Dominate CEO Offices at Big Charities

    People of color are doing better compared with a decade ago, but they are still severely underrepresented compared with the national population. Women have made barely perceptible advances.
  • Mission

    Jeff and Tricia Raikes Dig Deep on Racial Inequality

    The Microsoft alums are major donors who are building a brain trust of the best minds in philanthropy to understand how race undergirds big problems like homelessness and educational disparities.
  • Technology for Good

    Microsoft Fortune Helps Social-Good Organization Harness Technology

    In a loft space in downtown Seattle, Giving Tech Labs technologists who cut their teeth at Microsoft, Amazon, and Yahoo devise ways cloud computing and artificial intelligence can better serve charities.