Despite the racial wealth gap, black philanthropy is strong

Black families are choosing to prioritize philanthropy despite structural barriers to building wealth.

What Twitter data reveal about the most successful regional giving days

While Giving Tuesday has become a household name, regional giving days have enjoyed considerable success.

The keys to America’s economic growth are in low-income and marginalized communities

Marginalized people could dramatically boost our economy, but they need support from the private, public, and social sectors.

Community Foundation Week highlights the need for more research into these growing institutions

Community foundations have received billions of dollars in donations and are growing rapidly in size and number.

Should the charitable deduction be expanded to all taxpayers?

The prospect of tax reform has resumed an old debate over the power of expanding the charitable deduction to democratize philanthropy.

Social change at scale: How nonprofits can leverage data to make smarter decisions

Nonprofits can be tech companies, too, according to Crisis Text Line founder and CEO Nancy Lublin.

Can nonprofits and philanthropy help fill gaps in the crisis response for Puerto Rico?

Delays in the federal response to provide aid to Puerto Rico has placed increased pressure on nonprofits to help meet humanitarian needs.

Funds raised for child poverty should rely on evidence for greater impact

Red Nose Day raised $38 million in the United States this year. These funds should support evidence-tested programs that improve children's lives.

When it comes to saving US jobs, what about nonprofits?

Nonprofits employ around 10 percent of the labor force, but this sphere of job creation does not get much respect from the administration.

Can Red Nose Day catch on in the United States?

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.