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Artist Relief

May 22, 2020

Shan Wallace, a 29-year-old photographer who documents the lives of Baltimore natives like herself, creates her art by forming connections with strangers.

Blood and Generosity

May 20, 2020

Christopher Ullman is applying the strategy of relentless repetition to one of his favorite causes: giving blood.

Interview with Steve Moore

May 15, 2020

The executive director of the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust explains how the foundation is responding to the coronavirus. 


A gauntlet has been thrown down for Americans.

The Exchange

Treat Veterans as Resources, Not Recipients

We live in a disconnect between the victim culture that’s become so dominant and the reality of what veterans can contribute to American society.

No Giver Is Safe

Ad hominem attacks and sweeping arguments are gradually poisoning the American public on philanthropy.

Clarence Thomas Speaks

In a new documentary, our nation’s most enigmatic justice speaks for himself.

Sweet Charity

One lonely scientist and the far-seeing philanthropic family that gifted him resources made all the difference.


John Bernbaum

Higher-education administrator John Bernbaum, who started a Christian liberal-arts college in Moscow, discusses the links between civil society and healthy democracy.

Nadia Schadlow

An expert in national security philanthropy explains how donors can support the U.S. in world affairs through their giving.


The Many Lives of Michael Bloomberg by Eleanor Randolph

Could he become as effective as a donor as he was as businessman and mayor?

President's Note

Adam Meyerson reflects on his 19-year tenure at the helm of The Philanthropy Roundtable.