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Good News for Religious Giving

Aug 03, 2020

As churches and religious schools schools alike struggle to keep their lights on during the coronavirus pandemic, these findings bring good news.

Ignorance, Anarchy, Even Dissolution

Jul 21, 2020

Philanthropy recently spoke with Jonathan Greenberg of the Jack Miller Family Foundation about mobs tearing down statues and how donors can fund civics education.

A Victory for School Choice

Jul 13, 2020

The Supreme Court just delivered a victory for school choice, but only time will tell how much it will affect students across the U.S.

Benefactions

America’s millions of energetic donors can be proud of the role they’ve played in helping our nation navigate today’s coronavirus trauma.

Sweet Charity

Two great humanitarians put themselves at personal risk by plunging into viral pandemics. 

Interview

A round robin with eight leading authorities on philanthropy, medicine, and national governance. 

Road Trip

Top-flight, donor-powered medical institutions in Boston.

Books

The Decadent Society by Ross Douthat

Cultural revival can be boosted by personal giving. 

Delusional Altruism by Kris Putnam-Walkerly

Americans shouldn’t be intimidated or discouraged by the author’s warnings about “delusional altruism.”

President's Note

It’s a true honor to join The Philanthropy Roundtable as president, writes Elise Westhoff.