Four Strategies to Maximize Latinx-Focused Philanthropy and Charitable Efforts

Increases in the Latinx population and overall philanthropic giving have not yet translated into more charitable investments for the Latinx community.

How Social Scientists Can Incorporate a “Latinx Lens” in Their Work

Latinx perspectives need to be more accurately represented and thoughtfully captured in public policy.

Is Political Polarization Affecting the Nonprofit Sector?

A recent report analyzed differences in activities, mission, and funding for nonprofits in landslide voting districts.

Three charitable giving trends in 2018 that could shape future policies

Understanding changes in donor behavior and what influences them informs policies that could monitor, discourage, or provide incentives for charitable giving.

Unlocking the potential of private data for public good

Companies are exploring how to share their wealth of data for research and crafting public policy.

Rapid response philanthropy can help multiple organizations support families at the border

Community foundations are well suited to receive large influxes of capital to then distribute to diverse organizations.

Why do some states enforce charity regulations more than others?

A suit filed against the Trump Foundation has highlighted the role states play in regulating charities.

Three ways collaboration could potentially advance place-based impact investing

Place-based impact investing is gaining momentum in foundations across the country.

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.