Tax revenue allows governments to provide the services and public goods their citizens need; however citizens don't always pay their fair share. Why?
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Social enterprise Mirakle Couriers offers standard courier services and employs only deaf adults.
Apple's employee matching gift program is a great first step, but it still has a ways to go.
An interview with Simon Greer before starting as president of the Nathan Cummings Foundation.
Nine of the ten largest US nonprofits are networks, with multiple affiliates across the country striving for significant impact.
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Unmotivated donors didn’t materialize out of the ether when social media started taking over the world.
Carolina for Kiberia's community focus promises to effect change that will stick.
There is a disturbing American presumption that it can develop other societies through the export of Americans overseas.
The discretionary spending bucket is the easiest place for conservatives and liberals to find a palliative for the nation's maxed-out deficit headache.
Last year I had the opportunity of working with an NGO effort in Trinidad and Tobago to launch an organization that would build the capacity of NGOs.