The giving estimates behind the scores include some outlays from private foundations that shouldn’t actually count as charitable giving.
We must prevent our charitable system from being misused by those with the means and motivation to do so.
Critics of Donor-Advised Funds, or DAFs, have long argued that they starve nonprofits of much-needed funds by “warehousing” charitable donations.
Inequality is making charity increasingly reliant on the rich. Here’s why wealthy people dominating philanthropy a problem and what we can do about it.
To unlock billions in charitable resources during this crisis, Congress should double the mandated payout of private foundations and donor-advised funds.