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With a mission to “bring transparency to the world of philanthropy” Glass Pockets offers reports on the transparency of large, well known foundations.
The philanthropic landscape continues to shift as donors are switching their alliances to for-profit causes.
In honor of Black History Month, this blog will highlight 28 black nonprofit leaders who are working to make our world a better and more hopeful place for generations to come.
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The nonprofit sector plays an indispensable role in society and the economy, but it is poorly understood and underappreciated.
Patient optimists have lowered their expectations of any particular program or intervention, but not their belief in a better world over the long term.
Despite its classification as a nonprofit organization, the NFL fails to conform to typical standards, calling into question whether it really deserves its tax exempt status.
A new database resource offers nonprofit leaders the chance to search and explore successful collaboration strategies already being used in the field.
In the midst of a crippling recession, grantmakers and foundations should look to investments that both promise returns and advance their mission.