Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby recently described the Roundtable's Philanthropy Hall of Fame as a "remarkable and inspiring new project."
Glittering glass out of the ashes. Unions block charters. Life-and-death nonprofit work. Crowdsourcing art.
Building relationships across economic lines to fight poverty.
The head of Google.org on reinventing corporate philanthropy, Silicon Valley culture, and the mission that has driven her career.
Reactions to the roadmap.
Philanthropic rescues from a century ago point the way for humanitarians today
Two hundred years ago, against governmental opposition, enterprising Americans created mutual savings vehicles to boost the working class.
How a $1,000 grant rocked two warring cultures
An invisible army of able-bodied men are not working, and getting away with it.
One man’s dark childhood sheds light on how to transform lives at risk.
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