When Pierre DuPont created one of the great public gardens in America, he—and then, later, his philanthropic successors—installed the most magical fountains of the age.
The founder of Kodak was one of America’s greatest arts philanthropists.
Why should I craft a mission statement? How do I get started? What practical steps do I need to take?
Part Two from a recent Carnegie Corporation forum—answering questions about donations to foreign lands.
A recent forum of the Carnegie Corporation asked about philanthropy and politics. Here are some responses.
There are efforts afoot to end unnamed giving. That would crimp charity and damage personal freedom.
Here is a 34-minute version of Karl Zinsmeister’s popular illustrated talk on the power of private giving in shaping America. Live from the City Club of Cleveland.
Using respect and cooperation instead of confrontation has made nonprofit conservancies the fastest growing part of the conservation movement.
Philanthropically sparked charter schools have become lifelines for drowning families.
Henry Segerstrom used a high mix of philanthropy and business to turn lima-bean fields into an urban village.
A compendium of the Great Donors, Great Achievements, Great Ideas, and Latest Facts on private giving in the U.S.
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