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  • Artist Relief

    May 2020

    Madeline Fry

    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 2020

    Madeline Fry

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

  • Interview with Steve Moore

    May 2020

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

  • A Star Medical Researcher Looks at the Coronavirus

    May 2020

    Dr. Tony Atala—an international leader in the field of regenerative medicine, which creates tissues that can replace failing body parts—discusses covid-19.

  • Helping the Churches That Help Others

    May 2020

    Madeline Fry

    The coronavirus emergency is putting serious strain on churches in low-income areas.

  • Charitable Nuts and Bolts During Covid

    May 2020

    The president of the Jewish Federations of North America describes new realities. 

  • Interview with Bernie Marcus

    May 2020

    Bernie Marcus spoke with Philanthropy about what the coronavirus pandemic will mean for the economy and how he is advocating for charitable groups, and especially small businesses, as federal officials scramble for emergency responses. 

  • Local Solution for a National Problem

    May 2020

    Madeline Fry

    Face masks are in short supply, so a textile association in the South is hoping to fix that problem through a collaboration of businesses, nonprofits, and donors.

  • Interview with Carl Schramm

    May 2020

    When health bureaucrats take the wheel, other vital social goods get ignored, warns Carl Schramm—a specialist in the field, and former president of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

  • An Educational Partnership

    April 2020

    Madeline Fry

    Should families still pay, even if students don’t enter a school building the rest of the educational year? At Partnership Schools in New York City, the answer is no. 

  • A Long View on the Coronavirus Problem

    April 2020

    Philanthropy interviewed former HHS Secretary, EPA Administrator, and governor Mike Leavitt for a long view on the coronavirus problem. 

  • Handling Domestic Violence During a Pandemic

    April 2020

    Madeline Fry

    No social sphere is untouched by the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Rapid Response

    April 2020

    Madeline Fry

    Across the nation, shortages of personal protective equipment have been a serious constraint on health-care workers during the early days of the coronavirus emergency.

  • Interview with Sheryl Sandberg

    April 2020

    Sheryl Sandberg speaks about the coronavirus outbreak in her region, food insecurity, and how she is lending her personal support. 

  • Serving San Antonio

    April 2020

    Madeline Fry

    The Red McCombs Foundation pledges to help service workers impacted by the coronavirus.

  • Veterans as Community Leaders

    April 2020

    Madeline Fry

    Team Rubicon is mobilizing former service members as crisis responders.

  • Good Samaritans in the Big Apple

    April 2020

    Madeline Fry

    Samaritan’s Purse brings Christian relief to New York.

  • Gifts of Health

    April 2020

    Karl Zinsmeister

    American medical charity has a noble history that extends right to our present moment

  • Wars Aren't Won by Government Alone

    April 2020

    Karl Zinsmeister

    Since the American Revolution, private philanthropists have been crucial to U.S. national security