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Alan Barnhart and his brother Eric owned a $250 million company. Owned. Past tense. Because they gave it away.

by Liz Essley Whyte

From Philanthropy magazine,

A California philanthropy and a television station join forces to stimulate giving

by Chris Weinkopf

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A donor-funded conference educates the media on faith

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Local news and research journalism as charity causes

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Solving the $2 Trillion Problem

The Laura and John Arnold Foundation mixes research and politics to help solve today's public-pension crisis

by Zachary Janowski

From Philanthropy magazine, Winter 2014

The Laura and John Arnold Foundation mixes research and politics to help solve today's public-pension crisis.  

Making Forever Families

Churches and donors lift thousands of children out of the foster-care bureaucracy

by Naomi Schaefer Riley

From Philanthropy magazine, Winter 2014

Churches and donors lift thousands of children out of the foster-care bureaucracy. 

Economia!

How Pete Peterson's donations are helping Washington find budget balance

by Megan McArdle

From Philanthropy magazine, Winter 2014

How Pete Peterson's donations are helping Washington find budget balance.  

Healthy at Home

Keeping older Americans independent with timely acts of charity

by Andrea Scott

From Philanthropy magazine, Winter 2014

Keeping older Americans independent with timely acts of charity.  

Donating a Motive to Strive

Oil money pipeline funnels kids to college

by Carrie Besnette Hauser

From Philanthropy magazine, Winter 2014

Colorado oilman Tim Marquez and wife Bernadette funnel kids to college with the Denver Scholarship Foundation. 

Changing the World Through Storytelling

Philanthropist Jeff Skoll is putting money and talent behind silver-screen social reform

by Matthew Bishop

From Philanthropy magazine, Fall 2013

Philanthropist Jeff Skoll is putting money and talent behind silver-screen social reform. 

Mediocrity Be Gone

The Relay Graduate School of Education is revolutionizing teacher training

by Kari Barbic

From Philanthropy magazine, Fall 2013

The Relay Graduate School of Education is revolutionizing teacher training.  

Home, Land, Security

Pierre Omidyar discovers that property rights are the key to helping the poor

by Adam Sawyer

From Philanthropy magazine, Fall 2013

Pierre Omidyar discovers that property rights are the key to helping the poor. 

Cash for the Poor?

A tale of unconventional givers

by Liz Essley Whyte

From Philanthropy magazine, Fall 2013

A tale of unconventional givers. 

DoNation

Which Americans give most to charity?

by Karl Zinsmeister

From Philanthropy magazine, Summer 2013

Karl Zinsmeister breaks down the data on which Americans give most to charity, and why.

Blending, Upending

Is blended learning the disruptive innovation of K–12 reform?

by Laura Vanderkam

From Philanthropy magazine, Spring 2013

Is blended learning the disruptive innovation of K–12 reform? Check out this preview from The Philanthropy Roundtable’s new guidebook “Blended Learning: A Wise Giver’s Guide to Supporting Tech-assisted Teaching” by Laura Vanderkam.

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