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Red Nose Day raised $38 million in the United States this year. These funds should support evidence-tested programs that improve children's lives.
Nonprofits employ around 10 percent of the labor force, but this sphere of job creation does not get much respect from the administration.
Red Nose Day raised $21 million when it launched here in 2015, but the event raised more than five times that amount in the United Kingdom that year.
Three proposed changes to the federal income tax could depress charitable giving, despite a plan to keep the charitable deduction.
President Trump's budget would slash funding to, or abolish, programs that provide significant financial support to nonprofits across the country.
The Social Innovation Fund supports community-based organizations with evidence of success and encourages rigorous evaluation to assess effectiveness.
A postelection spike in charitable giving challenges the conventional wisdom that political campaigns steal support from charitable causes.
The Minneapolis–St. Paul area tied with the Seattle area for the 10th-highest number of internationally focused nonprofits in the country in 2013–14.
In 2013, human services organizations constituted the largest share of all public charities at 35.5 percent, but they received just 11.7 percent of all charitable contributions.
Recent headlines imply that donor-advised funds reduced money distributed for charitable purposes, but that is misleading, if not wrong.

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