The Philadelphia Eagles’ reach has been growing in the region’s nonprofit sector. We look at how the team’s giving is evolving and where funds are going.
Rasmuson, a funder that is solely focused on Alaska, has been stepping up its giving. We look at how this foundation approaches its work and where grants are going.
The Berkshire Bank Foundation gives at least $2 million annually to nonprofits that operate within the bank’s territory—which includes Massachusetts, Vermont, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. We take a closer look.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is the leading funder taking on this disease. We look at its recent research grants—and where the battle against MD now stands after decades of research.
The San Diego Women’s Foundation announced this summer that it would be making new grant funds available for work to prevent and intervene in human trafficking situations. It’s among the handful of funders focused in this area.
The Community Foundation of Herkimer & Oneida Counties has been on the local grantmaking scene since 1952, but it has been expanding quite a bit recently. We dig in.
While combating disinformation has become a big focus of journalism funders, others are keen to revitalize local media, which they view as a key to strong democracy. We drill into a major new gift in Indiana.
The Lasker Awards celebrate research achievements, but also service and advocacy in the scientific community. The latest example is Joan Argetsinger Steitz, a renowned researcher of RNA, and an advocate for gender equality in the sciences.
Philanthropists have been stepping up to help veterans, and they’ve also been investing heavily in STEM workforce development. We explore the inside story behind a gift that combines these two threads.
While violent conflict can torpedo a range of goals pursued by philanthropy, ensuring peace and stability is too often a sideline concern for funders. Here’s why that needs to change—and what any grantmaker can do right now.