Entrepreneur Priya Haji's social enterprise to connect artisans making ethically-sourced, fair-trade products with U.S. consumers has just gotten bigger—on eBay.
As the economy continues to demand
tighter purse strings, charities should think twice about using one-off
celebrity endorsements to drum up support.
Heirs of the A&P supermarket fortune continue to fight Princeton University over the intent of their late mother’s multi-million-dollar gift to the school. The heirs say Princeton isn’t using it as Mary Robertson intended; the school disagrees. CONTRIBUTE columnist Naomi Levine says fuhgeddaboutit. This case is all about the money—and who gets to control it.
Philanthropist Sheila Johnson, a women's advocate, has produced A Powerful Noise, which tells the stories of three women in three corners of the world struggling for survival amid poverty, illness, and discrimination.
Despite spending billions to create the world's largest nonprofit sector, philanthropists have fallen far short of solving America's most pressing problems. Mark Kramer suggests what to do about it.