As more nonprofits and funders look to further their impact and sustainability, power and equity are at the center of a growing movement to reimagine the language and practices of capacity building.
Recent research illustrates the undeniable rise of funder collaboratives. These new partnerships are a starting point for change — and for moving hundreds of millions of dollars.
The overlapping challenges of a global pandemic and inchoate racial reckoning have provided an opportunity to redefine our conceptions of philanthropy.
The number of U.S. households giving financially to charity dropped below 50% for the first time in 2018. The decrease has raised alarm bells across the sector and is prompting efforts to understand and reverse the trend.
As we learn more about how Facebook is causing harm to civil society, nonprofit organizations are starting to ask themselves a difficult question: should we stop using Facebook?
Nonprofits and foundations are increasingly investing in their talent through options like fellowships, remote work, sabbaticals, and distributed leadership models.
As we better understand how our relationships with animals — as sources of food, labor, co-carriers of diseases, etc. — affect our health and theirs, a fast-growing sub-sector is focused on improving outcomes for all.
The reopening of the federal Pell Grant program could launch a new era of higher education for people who are incarcerated.
Nonprofits are taking advantage of new partnerships, tools, and technologies like data philanthropy, predictive analytics, and machine learning to demonstrate impact.
Many issues once thought of as areas of common ground, such as public health, have become polarizing topics in the U.S., and philanthropy is increasingly enmeshed in these larger culture wars.