The larger the nonprofit, the more likely it is run by a white man, says new Candid diversity report

White men are most likely to lead the largest, best-funded nonprofits, while women of color tend to lead the organizations with the fewest financial resources, according to a study from the nonprofit data research organization Candid released...

Canadian historian Michael Ignatieff wins Spain's Princess of Asturias Award for Social Sciences

Organizers of Spain’s Princess of Asturias Awards have awarded the prize for the social sciences to Canadian historian and writer Michael Ignatieff

Canadian historian Michael Ignatieff wins Spain's Princess of Asturias Award for Social Sciences

Organizers of Spain’s Princess of Asturias Awards have awarded the prize for the social sciences to Canadian historian and writer Michael Ignatieff

As Melinda French Gates leaves the Gates Foundation, many hope she’ll double down on gender equity

Melinda French Gates is already one of the biggest philanthropic supporters of gender equity in the United States

New Builders initiative looks to fight polarization by encouraging collaboration and alliances

A coalition that includes entrepreneur and philanthropist Daniel Lubetzky, actor Liev Schreiber, journalist Katie Couric, and director of the Muhammad Ali Center Lonnie Ali announced Tuesday that it would launch Builders, a nonprofit global...

Georgian parliament holds 3rd and final reading of divisive bill on foreign influence

Georgia’s parliament has begun the third and final reading of a divisive bill that sparked weeks of mass protests, with critics seeing it as a threat to democratic freedoms and the country’s aspirations to join the European Union

Melinda French Gates resigns as Gates Foundation co-chair, 3 years after her divorce from Bill Gates

Melinda French Gates announced Monday that she will step down as co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Thousands protest in Georgia over the weekend against 'Russia-style' law on foreign influence

Georgia’s parliament green-lit a final vote on a proposed law that critics see as a threat to media freedom and the country’s aspirations to join the European Union, after police dispersed the latest protests against it over the weekend

Violence is traumatizing Haitian kids. Now the country's breaking a taboo on mental health services

Violence is traumatizing Haitian children

Nigeria's fashion and dancing styles in the spotlight as Harry, Meghan visit its largest city

Nigeria’s fashion and traditional dances were at full display during Prince Harry and Meghan's visit to the country's largest city, Lagos

Marc Benioff lunch auction raises $1.5M for charity. Not bad for first year without Warren Buffett

The $200,100 winning bid for a private lunch with software titan Marc Benioff might appear disappointing at first glance after years of multimillion-dollar bids for a private meal with investor Warren Buffett

James Simons, mathematician, philanthropist and hedge fund founder, has died

James “Jim” Simons, a renowned mathematician and pioneering investor who built a fortune on Wall Street and then became one of the nation’s biggest philanthropists, has died at age 86

The $230 billion donor-advised fund industry gets an IRS hearing

Congress and the Biden administration are considering what, if anything, should be done to tighten restrictions on donor-advised funds, an increasingly popular way for donors to set aside money to spend on charitable causes

Luis Miranda Jr. reflects on giving, the arts and his son Lin-Manuel in the new memoir 'Relentless'

Long before his son Lin-Manuel's Tony Award-winning musical “Hamilton” brought his family international recognition and unexpected fortune, Luis A

Nonprofit Chicago production house Invisible Institute wins 2 Pulitzer Prizes

A nonprofit Chicago journalism production company has won two Pulitzer Prizes for local and audio reporting

Inspired by the Met, 'sleeping baddies' tackle medical debt at the Debt Gala's pajama party

The Met Gala has inspired pajama-clad New Yorkers to fundraise for medical debt relief at an alternative benefit called the Debt Gala

How Rita Moreno uses honors like an upcoming public television award to further her philanthropy

Rita Moreno says it was always in her nature to be generous – to hold doors for people and help lighten a mother’s load if she was struggling with shopping bags and children

King Charles' longtime charity celebrates new name and U.S. expansion at New York gala

The King’s Trust has celebrated its new name, an update of King Charles III’s long-running charity The Prince’s Trust

Global Citizen NOW urges investment in Sub-Saharan Africa and youth outreach

Global Citizen NOW says it wants 2024 conference attendees to invest long-term in the African continent's fast-growing youth population and increase outreach to young changemakers

The deadline to consolidate some student loans to receive forgiveness is here. Here's what to know

Borrowers with some types of federal student loans have until today to consolidate their loans to qualify for full student loan cancellation or credit toward cancellation

Iranian-French artist Marjane Satrapi wins Spanish Asturias award for communication

Marjane Satrapi, the acclaimed Iranian-French filmmaker and cartoonist, has won the 2024 Princess of Asturias Foundation award for communication and humanities