While megadonor gifts are celebrated, the growing dominance of large donors speaks to an erosion of democratic values. This must be addressed now.
A new research database reveals that many donor-advised fund donations take years to make it to the coffers of operating nonprofits.
Wealthy workers moving into central, walkable neighborhoods has long caused gentrification, but global capital is exacerbating the situation.
The Giving Pledgers set out to give away half of their wealth. Ten years later, their assets doubled. How do we break this pattern?
Foundations and donors to advised funds ought to be held to new payout standards for a future that requires all hands — and dollars — on deck.