November 19, 2018330-914-9928
An unusual letter, backed by the heads of more than 40 foundations and charities, expressed concerns about the appointment of the Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, saying President Trump is not above the law.
November 19, 2018(254) 456-8292
The move helped lead to the CEO's firing. Plus, housing units for homeless people provided by a New York City nonprofit are unsafe for children, according to a city review, and the group fails to see that residents get social services; a foundation CEO gets about $40,000 a year for working there two hours a week, according to a foundation report; giving circles account for a small fraction of charitable giving, but they’ve been on the rise; and much more.
November 16, 20189497248862
Updated: The record-breaking gift will go to the Johns Hopkins University for financial aid so any student, regardless of family income, can attend the institution.
AbbVie will give $55 million to groups that help low-income students succeed in school. Plus, the IRS says gift and estate tax limits will be higher in 2019; three people are under arrest for a GoFundMe campaign based on a fabricated story, which raised $400,000; a company launched by Bono’s daughter has created a tool to...
November 16, 2018
"We expected a higher percentage of people to be out across the board — it was shocking, surprising, and alarming," said the study’s lead author.
November 16, 2018
Also, the NEA Foundation named Sara Sneed as its new CEO, and Chad Griffin will step down from the Human Rights Campaign next year.
November 15, 2018504-291-5242
The president of Soros’s Open Society Foundations said he was "shocked to learn" that the social-media site had allegedly promoted a Soros conspiracy to discredit is critics. Plus, a former Google executive has started a nonprofit to fight sexism in the tech industry; the Baltimore Symphony has suspended its concertmaster, who was accused of inappropriate behavior; Brandeis gets $10 million to help Japanese students; and more about ideas and opinion.
November 15, 2018(209) 480-7184
Robert Egger, a nationally known nonprofit founder, says he’s quitting his own work to help a new generation of leaders battle problems that hobble the ability of organizations to make a difference, including lack of political power and close-minded thinking of grant makers.