Philanthropy Roundtable Survey: Children’s Mental Health Funding in the Time of COVID-19Dec 07, 2020
The Philanthropy Roundtable surveyed members who fund children’s mental health initiatives to determine if their plans for funding have changed, and if technical assistance is needed to meet their philanthropic goals and objectives.
Launching a New Podcast: ‘Can We Talk About It?’Dec 07, 2020
It seems there are more and more topics we shy away from out of fear of offending, being shouted down, or getting “canceled.”
RIP, Walter Williams: Champion of Economic FreedomDec 07, 2020
Last week, we lost a champion of economic freedom and an institution in the free-market community, Walter E. Williams.
The Identity Politics Policy PortfolioDec 07, 2020
We should scrutinize what policymakers and administrators would do either to repudiate or exacerbate identity politics.
Donor Intent at the Chan Zuckerberg InitiativeDec 04, 2020
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is under fire for its allegedly inadequate response to the call for racial justice.
Diversity Mandates From Foundations Make It Harder for Nonprofits to Do Their Jobs WellDec 04, 2020
Philanthropy Roundtable vice president of strategy and innovation Debi Ghate writes that diversity mandates harm, rather than help, the philanthropic sector.
ICYMI: Why Urban American Matters: Race, Opportunity, and the American FutureDec 04, 2020
Reihan Salam, president of the Manhattan Institute, explains how we can see a renaissance of our American cities.
Sandra Swirski Argues New DAF Regulation is 'Misguided'Dec 04, 2020
The Roundtable's Sandra Swirski warns of the consequences of new DAF regulation in the Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Elise Westhoff Responds to the Arnold-Madoff ProposalDec 01, 2020
Elise Westhoff, president and CEO of The Philanthropy Roundtable, responds to a proposal to regulate the philanthropic sector.
Small Donors Should Give Local for Big ImpactDec 01, 2020
After the consumerism of the Thanksgiving weekend concludes, Giving Tuesday encourages Americans to do good with their time and treasure.
Mark Cuban and John Legend Display Conflicting Visions of the Poverty FightNov 30, 2020
In a recent Twitter back-and-forth, the celebrities debated about private giving. Read Patrice Onwuka’s take in her recent op-ed for the Washington Examiner.
Interview with John Tyler, Part TwoNov 24, 2020
John Tyler talks donor-advised funds and giving for the long-term.
Two Experts Discuss: Does Philanthropy Have a Race Problem?Nov 24, 2020
This year has seen an immediate and generous response to address racial inequity by individual donors and institutional philanthropy alike.
The Election and Implications for the Pro-Freedom AgendaNov 23, 2020
The Roundtable hosted a pleasantly optimistic conversation about the election and what the outcomes mean for those who want to pursue pro-liberty policies.
Interview with John Tyler, Part OneNov 23, 2020
John Tyler talks family foundations, regulation of the philanthropic sector, and the truth about donor-advised funds.
Free Expression, University Culture, and the Role of LeadershipNov 20, 2020
The president of the University of Chicago, Dr. Robert Zimmer, discusses the importance of creating a climate of free speech on campus.
Justice Alito Defends the First AmendmentNov 18, 2020
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito defended the First Amendment rights to free speech and religious liberty, warning that support for each is slipping.