Philanthropy — Summer 2016

Briefly Noted

Chicks on camera. Couch-surfing in disaster zones. Teacher's union fights for facelifts. One million missing Christians.

Nonprofit Spotlight: EarthEnable

A healthier $30 alternative to dirt floors.

By Andrew Evans

Interview with Denny Sanford

Denny Sanford on his $1.4 billion in giving to medical research, physics, and more.

Interview with Jim Gibbons

Goodwill's CEO discusses social enterprise and the power of work.

The Power of Science Philanthropy

Why private funding is so important to the experimenting that makes us smarter, healthier, and richer

By Karl Zinsmeister

Closing the Marriage Gap

An inventive philanthropic undertaking seeks to strengthen America by bolstering marital ties.

By Heather Wilhelm

Beware of Blind Spots

An open letter to the Ford Foundation on inequality.

By Michael Gerson and Peter Wehner

A Gateway to Peace and Prosperity

A Texas couple create a new community to help women exit cycles of abuse.

By Anne Snyder

Good Blue-Collar News That Donors Can Use

Investments in “middle-skill” jobs can open powerful paths to prosperity

By David Bass

Educating Entrepreneurs

Want to increase prosperity by cultivating the next generation of wealth creators? Six things to consider.

By Bruce Gjovig and Timothy O'Keefe

The Quiet Man Behind the Computer Revolution

Gordon Moore’s tech vision changed modern times. He wants his giving to change life 10,000 years from now.

By Adam Keiper

A Watchdog with Only One Eye

This very selective “exposé” distorts reality.

By Scott Walter

No Such Thing as a Free Gift

Is the Gates footprint too big?

By Karen Hyman

President’s Note

Reasons to join us in Charleston.

By Adam Meyerson