Reborn as a Modern State
Building Civil Society After Communism
Alfred Loomis and the Creation of Radar
Reinforcing Vocational Education
Centuries of Art Shown for Charity in Baltimore
Cultural revival can be boosted by personal giving
A RealClearPolitics spinoff from the Spring 2020 issue of Philanthropy magazine
When extremists leave prison, who helps them find a new life?
Take an overseas tour with a one-of-a-kind nonprofit that uses charitable micro efforts to blunt foreign threats
Swiss and Dutch private insurance provide better coverage than Canada s single-payer system.
The physician and the lady
Unexpected American legacies
Philanthropy makes the news
Is the focus of American evangelicals shifting overseas?
How donors helped win a war of ideas and how they can do it again
How Dale Dawson is helping rebuild Rwanda, one small loan at a time
Stephanie Deutsch s new book details the unlikely collaboration between Julius Rosenwald and Booker T. Washington.
Private philanthropy has nearly eradicated polio an accomplishment that echoes earlier victories over smallpox and hookworm
The Latter-day Saints are proving that private citizens can support a vast and effective social welfare system.
The emergence of Christian philanthropy and how it changed world history.
Notable contributions to art and culture from the Philanthropy Hall of Fame
Notable contributions to higher education from the Philanthropy Hall of Fame
This former Target CEO put $200 million into a fascinating collection of 6,800 musical instruments.
The much-discouraged $30 million grant that changed a city, the case for naming gifts, art and resilience.
Hunting human traffickers. Moral formation through music. Airplane ambulances. The philanthropic payoff to an artistic addiction.
If you had a pot of money to give to advance religious practice, where would you spend it?
A half-billion-dollar philanthropically funded mega-project created one of the most unusual museums in the world.
The story of how American philanthropy built a Jewish homeland.
The poor Guggenheim
How a self-interested banker helped millions of people prosper
A record gift to Catholic schools. Paul Allen continues to battle Ebola. Knights rescue the oppressed.
Who says bricks-and-mortar philanthropy isn t effective?
You thought only government could do defense? Think again!
Seafaring savior. A long-lost battleship. Enabling a book thief. Philanthropy vs. charity. Why give operating support?
With major support from Tad Taube, the Polin Museum honors a millennium of Jewish history
The founder of Amity Technology discusses his giving to rehabilitate the former Soviet Union and assesses Ukraine
The donor couple discusses endangered birds, marriage, and more
Gerry Lenfest reflects on $1.2 billion of personal giving
Chicks on camera. Couch-surfing in disaster zones. Teacher's union fights for facelifts. One million missing Christians.