largest city in Pennsylvania, United States

Civics Education Programs Making a Difference This Constitution Day

Donor Intent Watch: Courts Rule on Arts and Education Controversies

Happy Birthday, America! Why Remembering Our Past is Integral to Our Future

Celebrating Faith-Inspired Philanthropy and its Impact on People’s Lives

Jack Salmon in The Philadelphia Inquirer: Pennsylvania Ranked Worst State for Charities

Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School and the Power of Philanthropic Partnerships in Education

Wisdom and Warnings: How the Controversial Move of the Barnes Art Collection Violated Donor Intent

“Tough Love” at Step Denver: Addressing Addiction through Personal Responsibility and Community

40-Year High in Inflation Eats Away at Charitable Effectiveness

Three Black Philanthropists Who Helped Fund the Fight to End Slavery

On Ben Franklin’s Birthday, Some Fun Facts About His Philanthropy

Ask the Experts: Freedom of Religion or the Right for Foster Kids to Join Safe, Loving Families or Both?

Philanthropy Roundtable Joins 285+ National and Community Groups to Oppose King-Grassley Bill to Restrict Charitable Giving

First Amendment Freedoms: As Urgent and Essential as Ever

A Revolutionary Way to Celebrate the Fourth

Philanthropy and Emancipation

Liberty, equality, and opportunity: Why America is still worth fighting for

Three Family Foundations that Uplifted Their Communities in 2020

Worth Watching: A Discussion About Our Common Values

The Identity Politics Policy Portfolio

One of the Best Ways to Protect Private Giving

Ignorance, Anarchy, Even Dissolution

Great Gifts of Health From U.S. Donors

ACTA Higher Ed Now Podcast: Joanne Florino, August 2020

Eight board policies to protect your donor intent

Six ways to protect donor intent in family foundations

Donor intent is important for a healthy philanthropic sector

Donors who choose to give while living and time-limit what remains

Bringing Civic Education Back to Campus

Outsmarting Albert Barnes

Smashing Culture

Saving Free Speech

Outsmarting Albert Barnes

Enemies of Innovation

The Exchange

President's Note: Hope Through Philanthropy

Teaching America's Founding Principles

The Great Distance-Learning Experiment

Ignorance, Anarchy, Even Dissolution

Philanthropists Against Social Distancing

Road Trip

Interview: Putting a Panic Into Perspective

Benjamin Rush: An Early American Medical Marvel

Gifts of Health

Great Gifts of Health From U.S. Donors

Jailing Efficiently and Less Often

Interview with Bernie Marcus

Protecting Your Legacy

Online Resources and Programs for Civic Education

The Exchange

The Exchange

A Stroll Through Community Life

Teaching Freedom of Faith to a New Generation

Milton Hershey's Trust

Julius Rosenwald's Crusade

Dr. Jack Templeton

A New Resting Place

An Episcopalian, an Atheist, and a Jew Walk into a Catholic School. . .

Fall 2018 - Briefly Noted

Hope for the Addicted

Deep in the Heart of Texas

Founding Funders

Economic Opportunity


School and Home

Law Enforcement's Secret Weapon

Winter 2018 - Briefly Noted

Three Donors, a Trustee, and a Library

Fall 2017 - Briefly Noted

Don't Forget Rural Schools

Good Giving from the Grave

An Indispensable Donor Memorializes America's Irreplaceable Patriots

What's in a Name?

Winter 2017 - Blue-Collar Banking

Bad Donors, Good Results

Briefly Noted

Sports vs. Breakdown

Fall 2015 - Renaissance Ahead?

Summer 2015 - Briefly Noted

Donors Who Come to the Aid of Their Country

Interview with Sandy Weill

Madison Avenue Mercies

Summer 2014 - School Magic

Spring 2014 - Interview with Gerry Lenfest

Spring 2013 - President's Note

Good Blue-Collar News That Donors Can Use

Barnes Collection

Longwood Gardens

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

A Revolutionary Museum Challenge

Donors + Passion = Potent Accomplishment

Big-Picture Benefits of Philanthropy