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Public Radio Tunes In to a City’s Innermost Thoughts

By Avi Wolfman-Arent

WWNO in New Orleans is seeking honest opinions from diverse voices by embedding microphones in cardboard sculptures around town where people can answer the question of the week.


The Case for Letting Donors Come to You

By Allison Fine

5 Nonprofit Officials Win MacArthur ‘Genius’ Grants

By Caroline Bermudez

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James Irvine Foundation Taps Interim CEO for Permanent Post

By Suzanne Perry

Don Howard is noted for his work on "pay-for-success" projects and has been an activist on HIV and other health issues.


Social Innovation Fund Names 7 New Grantees

By Megan O’Neil

Efforts to fight childhood hunger and help poor women over 50 gain financial security won money from the federal program.


United Way Worldwide Now Accepting Bitcoin Donations

By Megan O’Neil

The organization is the largest yet to accept gifts in the digital currency.

Blogs Fundraising Wisdom

The Janitor Who Became a Major Donor

Not everyone who is wealthy is generous, and people without much money who work hard can have a big impact on an organization.