How Girls Inc. put the power of Lancome to work in support of mission.
A maverick reorganization by an American Heart Association affiliate paves the way for fundraising success.
When nonprofits earn taxable income, private donors give less.
Charitable donors should think of themselves as "investors" – and should expect returns, just like a stock market investor would.
A theater ensemble transforms into a company with a bottom line.
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Gifts are not an incentive for donors to give, they're an excuse.
New mechanism allows private investors to back socially responsible startups.
Putting the science of influence to work in fundraising.
When Honest Tea said no to venture capitalists, it waded into uncharted territory.
Breaking down the firewall between foundation investments and programming.