With Chicago's schools facing major funding shortfalls, we look at how local education support is coming from some unexpected places.
SpongeBob Squarepants creator Stephen Hillenburg recently announced that he's been diagnosed with ALS. With Hillenburg in the news, we take a look at giving from him and his wife Karen.
Longtime host Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek has racked in quite a bit of money through the years, He and his wife steer a family foundation. We take a look at some of this giving.
The new Roddenberry Prize invited pretty much anyone in any field to apply, as long as they’re after a “boldly better future.” So who landed these hefty awards?
While most of the giving of Michael Eisner, the former CEO of Disney, is focused in Los Angeles, he hasn't forgotten where he went to school—far away, in Ohio.
Damon is among the handful of celebrity philanthropists who's really moved the needle on his cause, clean water. So what's he up to now, in working with a beer company?
The Oscar nominees are finally more diverse this year. And within the film industry itself, one power couple is taking a stand on diversity, and putting up new funding, too: Will and Jada Smith.
Colin Kaepernick’s name has been in the news lately, as the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers takes a stand (or rather a knee) for racial justice. He's engaged in philanthropy for the cause, too.
Superstar athlete Serena Williams recently got engaged to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. We take a look at the nonprofits interests of these partners and what might lie ahead.
The Eisner Foundation, born out of Hollywood wealth, is still pretty new. But it's become a leader in a funding niche that should be getting a lot more attention: Building bonds between the old and young.
There's a reason we included Lebron James on our list of top philanthropists of color. Now's he's made another major gift, this time to the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Former NFL linebacker Mike Brown tell us how he moved to Silicon Valley, learned to code, and is now bringing fantasy sports and charity together through a new platform called Win-Win.
Like young tech winners, today's stars are turning to philanthropy earlier and in a bigger way. A case in point: 26-year-old Jennifer Lawrence.