Mackenzie Scott, while giving out billions of dollars at an impressive click, is starting to ask very smart questions about philanthropy.
The Pascale Sykes Foundation has spent its years focused on Southern New Jersey—learning the specific needs of the region, and responding accordingly. Here’s what we did.
Malcolm Gladwell’s critique of university endowments is not misguided, but it fails to ask some key questions.
There were certainly some big mistakes along the way, but Carnegie’s advice to philanthropists is not without merit.
Elise Westhoff’s stance on woke philanthropy from the helm of The Philanthropy Roundtable carves out space for donors who want to oppose today’s “woke” fads.
In the wake of lockdowns and increased digital use and access, keeping orchestras funded and relevant will be no small task. They need to engage donors and make the experience excellent.
NoteWorthy Credit Union makes loans that banks won’t make. This is civil society at work, supporting culture in a way that the for-profit sector cannot.
This week on Givers, Doers, & Thinkers, Jeremy sits down with Kevin Youngblood.
The Garden in the Woods is unique among botanical gardens in its focus on native plant species. This focus teaches guests about the value of sustainable, native communities.
Elise Westhoff of The Philanthropy Roundtable sits down with Jeremy Beer to discuss the status of philanthropy in America and dangerous reforms that could cripple it.