Giving Compass Partners with The Philanthropy Roundtable to Expand Reach to Donors

The Philanthropy Roundtable joins growing list of editorial partners for Givingcompass.org

Winter Issue of Philanthropy Magazine

Safe Neighborhoods: Opioid Crisis, Law Enforcement, Prisoner Re-entry

A New Threat to Free Speech

PragerU's lawsuit condemns Google's "political gag mechanism"

Video: The “Anti-Hate” Group That Is a Hate Group

The Southern Poverty Law Center bills itself as a watchdog of hate groups. But is this just a cover for its true aims?

Mission Statement Infographic

Why should I craft a mission statement? How do I get started? What practical steps do I need to take?

SOS: Stopping Opioid Slaughter

A small group of donors is up against the worst drug epidemic ever. They need help.

A Walking Tour of the New Museum of the Bible

A half-billion-dollar philanthropically funded mega-project created one of the most unusual museums in the world. A rabbi and a pastor take us for a visit.

New Video! Philanthropy and Politics

Prominent philanthropists discuss with us how private action can improve our nation even if politics remains fractious, the advantages donors and volunteers have when it comes to succeeding at societal reform, and the dangers that philanthropy needs to watch out for. Featuring Betsy DeVos, Phil Anschutz, Bernie Marcus, Harris Rosen, Jack Miller, Jeff Sandefer, David Weekley, and others.

Interview with Russ Carson

Law Enforcement’s Secret Weapon

Police foundations support and even pioneer public-safety enhancements.

Newspaper Nonprofits

Gerry Lenfest is a leading American philanthropist, and also owner of two Philadelphia newspapers—the Inquirer and Daily News. At the beginning of this year he combined his occupations and donated the newspapers, plus their companion website to the Philadelphia ­Foundation.

12 Common Criticisms of Philanthropy—and Some Answers

Critics have argued that charitable giving isn’t focused enough on the poor, isn’t sufficient to make a difference, is undemocratic, and more, but research—and history—show otherwise.