Too often, individuals make decisions about how much money to donate to charitable causes on an ad hoc basis. As a result, many people give less money than they can actually afford.
Both humans and chimpanzees naturally lend a hand.
Sidebar to "Crisis Mentality:" some species attract donors more than others.
Sidebar to "Crisis Mentality:" giving for the long term.
Why sudden emergencies attract more funds than do chronic conditions, and how nonprofits can change that.
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A United Way affiliate has boosted fundraising by breaking the rules.
People who feel secure are more apt to be altruistic.
Donor fatigue is ultimately rooted in givers' own reluctance to invest in the future.
A venture philanthropist's experience with reforming education.
New book reveals what makes donors tick.