Spring 2014 -

Investigative Philanthropy?
Spring 2014 -

Local news and research journalism as charity causes. 

Building Religion IQ in Reporters
By: Andrea Scott
Spring 2014 -

A donor-funded conference educates the media on faith. 

New Balance
By: Justin Torres
Spring 2014 -

Training the next generation of conservative journalists. 

Charity TV
By: Chris Weinkopf
Spring 2014 -

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

Giving It All
By: Liz Essley Whyte
Spring 2014 -

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

Profit and the Free Press
By: Seth Lipsky
Spring 2014 -

An ink-stained veteran doubts that philanthropy can solve today's crisis in journalism.  

Philanthropy and the Press
Spring 2014 -

The future of journalism 

From Promising to Proven
Spring 2014 -

The charter school boom ahead. 

100 Years of Experts Armed with Money...
Spring 2014 -

...sure didn't do much for Cleveland. Community foundations at a milestone.

Faithful Giving
Spring 2014 -

The latest social science has good news for philanthropists: Giving profits the giver as well as the receiver. This win-win verdict is actually nothing new. It is a central tenet of the three Abrahamic religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—as a new book by Gary Anderson makes clear.

Wielding the Profit Motive Against Poverty
Spring 2014 -

In The Business Solution to Poverty, entrepreneur Paul Polak and marketing guru Mal Warwick turn development upside down by suggesting that multinational businesses shouldn’t think of the poor as victims, but rather as potential customers. 

Books in Brief
Spring 2014 -

Reflections of a Rockefeller. Failing one's way to success. 

Interview with Gerry Lenfest
Spring 2014 -

Gerry Lenfest reflects on $1.2 billion of personal giving. 

Nonprofit Spotlight: Street Sense
Spring 2014 -

Street Sense gives the homeless a job

Briefly Noted
Spring 2014 -

Schools need better teaching, not more money: Bill Gates. Celebrity philanthropy fizz. Bureaucracy-ridden sluggards.