If institutions of higher learning want to maintain their tax-favored status, they should abolish legacy preferences.
The most important issue for the social sector in the United States in 2011 will be the effects of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United vs. the Federal Election Commission (FEC).
A call for openness and innovation between organizations and volunteers.
Self-governing societies can’t operate on noblesse oblige, and societies that do aren’t truly self-governing.
A look at re-evaluated nonprofit tax legislation in Illinois.
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Is it ethical for a nonprofit to sue another nonprofit over a branding issue?
The philanthropic community has no public opposition to a new, ill-advised piece of legislation.
The importance of this news is not the actual money that many billionaires are likely to pledge, but the cultural ramifications of the campaign.
Only organizations that place the mission of helping borrowers improve their economic circumstances above profits should be considered microfinance practitioners.
"One thing I don’t want to see is young people come in and accept things as they are.”—Bill Somerville, president of the Philanthropic Ventures Foundation