The author interviews board chair, Frank-Paul King, about the decision to merge the three museums that now make up the Museum of Nature & Science.
The author details a Web that tells stories and exposes human injustice and trauma rather than gossip
The author uses the case of the Swine Flu to illustrate why non-global organizations matter.
By focusing and improving how they treat their donors, nonprofits will find a higher giving retention rate.
An interview with Lindsey McDougle, a doctoral student at the University of San Diego pursuing a degree in Leadership Studies with a specialization in Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies.
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We must actively withhold support when we see the government acting in a way counter to our ideals and its own.
Foundations are creatively adjusting to the current economic crisis.
The author draws a comparison between music's ability to combine art and science with philanthropy's ability to do the same.
Nonprofits need to invest more time in social media or they will later be playing catch-up.