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27
Dec
2022
Thoughts on philanthropy from books featured in The Giving Review in second half of 2022

An end-of-year collection of interesting and insightful passages.


21
Dec
2022

19
Dec
2022

14
Dec
2022
Frank Shakespeare, R.I.P.

We should be as willing to continue to learn from him as he has always so humbly been to learn from, and with, others.


14
Dec
2022
Thoughts on philanthropy from The Giving Review’s “Conversations” in second half of 2022

An end-of-year collection of interesting and insightful thinking about grantmaking and giving.


12
Dec
2022
Three vie to chair powerful House Ways and Means Committee

Jurisdiction includes nonprofit tax law and its oversight.


06
Dec
2022
Philanthropy in Control

Adam Rutherford’s new book about eugenics reminds us again of those progressive foundations that supported it—and that it’s long past time for a full and fair accounting of them for what they funded and fomented, and why.


22
Nov
2022
Gratitude

Thank you.


21
Nov
2022

15
Nov
2022
A conversation with Archdiocese of Boston schools superintendent Thomas W. Carroll (Part 2 of 2)

The educational administrator talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about Catholic education, the importance of remaining faithful to its core mission of eternal salvation, and the educational and societal benefits of school choice.