It likely comes as no surprise to anyone that poor people haven't seen their fate improve since the advent of the Great Recession.
In today's environment, nonprofit organizations are faced with numerous challenges, be they financial, administrative, or programmatic.
While you are out holiday shopping, I encourage you to stop for a latte and pick up this year’s fashion statement — a red, white, and blue wristband with the message "Indivisible.”
Each November the Maryland Philanthropy Network of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) celebrates National Philanthropy Day to recognize the extraordinary impact of the charitable sector and the increasing role it plays in our society and countries ar
These are difficult times for many in our community. Unemployment remains high, paychecks don’t go very far, and every day it seems another public service is being curtailed in the interest of budget cuts.
There is definite irony to the recurring proposals to decrease incentives for charitable giving.
Last year my colleague Adam Donaldson convinced me to join as a fun way to deepen relationships between a few foundations. Join what? Well, believe it or not, join an Maryland Philanthropy Network Fantasy Football league.
It is hard to forget the shock, confusion, uncertainty and disruption felt in the early days following the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
All donors want to know that their investment is making a difference. And we certainly should be channeling more of our scarce charitable resources into what we know gets better results.