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.
The Southern Poverty Law Center hasn’t contributed anything to law or poverty for a generation. Instead it’s become a political attack group and fundraising scam.
We're in the midst of a huge renaissance of urban parks--which is in turn feeding the return to city life. Thank philanthropic invention.
In a series of rollicking flesh-and-blood examples and hard facts, Karl Zinsmeister documents the vast impact of private philanthropy.
Even flawed donors can make brilliant gifts. Here’s a magnificent example.
Immigrants to this country acculturate best when they have help.
Sometimes a gift takes you to an unexpected place. Even into a cartoon world.
The host of New York City’s “Business of Giving” radio show asked Karl Zinsmeister to tell tales from The Almanac of American Philanthropy for his broadcast audience.
A compendium of the Great Donors, Great Achievements, Great Ideas, and Latest Facts on private giving in the U.S.
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