Donor fatigue is ultimately rooted in givers' own reluctance to invest in the future.
A common error misleads foundations and policymakers.
Evaluating the three groups that rate the charities.
The World Bank reevaluates previous methods.
Poverty Action Lab examines why some charitable programs work better than others.
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In an era of declining resources, nonprofits need to clarify their intended impact.
Interview with Robert Egger, founder, D.C. Central Kitchen.
Nonprofits use metrics to show that they are efficient. But what if donors don’t care?
Accreditation prompts higher charitable giving.
Charitable donors should think of themselves as "investors" – and should expect returns, just like a stock market investor would.