Albert Barnes loved art as much as he hated the Philadelphia art establishment. The bylaws for his foundation reflected that . . . but they were not respected.
Fallout from the FTX bankruptcy will affect more than just Sam Bankman-Fried.
Charitable giving is certainly good for the beneficiary of that charity, but does it benefit the giver, too?
As you begin planning direct mail for 2023, don’t be tempted to pull back because of a rocky economy. Make some strategic changes to communicate well with your donors while you manage your ROI.
Religious organizations make us more charitable, but they provide a more basic benefit: giving individuals a social identity.
Perhaps we should not ask college students in their early twenties to save the world. Perhaps we should start by asking young people to be humble, volunteer at food banks, and do what little good they can.
Capital campaigns put a lot of stress or an organization—when the economy is healthy. How do you navigate a campaign when times are bad?
Celebrating the latest recipients of the Heritage Foundation’s Innovation Prize: six organizations standing against the Radical Left.
Remembering Lucy, who chose to serve others on Thanksgiving day, even when she had so little to give.
Americans who consistently engaged with Scripture gave $145 billion to charity in 2021, says new study from American Bible Society.