Nonprofits must uphold their missions by speaking out against practices which benefit their mega-philanthropists at the expense of the clients they serve.
The criminal justice system, which disproportionately sentences Black defendants to death, needs reform.
For the most effective vaccination campaign, the government must work with nonprofits that have existing relationships in local communities.
I want to draw attention to practices that aren’t working or benefitting people as well as they should, which leads me to the problematic role Donor Advised Funds play in the nonprofit sector.
To fill the gap left behind by dying local news and the growing distrust in national news, nonprofit newsrooms’ core mission to offer objective, nonpartisan information without the goal of revenue is truly invaluable and necessary.
Dark money gives billionaires, powerful lobbyists and even foreign entities unchecked and undue influence over the very elections meant to be key to the democratic process.
To be clear: Trying to make the world a better place through donating to the causes we believe in is an important and noble task. The point is that we should strive to do it effectively.
The real issue arises when billionaires performatively donate hundreds of millions to a problem that they have a hand in causing.
In the wake of both a pandemic and civil unrest, the nonprofit sector is undoubtedly becoming an exceedingly important tool for the public. Whether it’s through donations to Feeding America’s food banks for their coronavirus response fund or the $30 million donated to the Minnesota Defense Fund following George Floyd’s killing, it is clear that […]
The resignation of former President Truman Fritz marks the beginning of necessary change within the organization.