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Founder of Group That Composts Human Remains Wins Nonprofit AwardPremium Link

By Caroline Bermudez

Echoing Green, which helped groups like City Year get their start, awarded 55 fellowships, including one to the founder of the Urban Death Project.

Giving

Blind Donor Gives $50-Million to Fight Rare Eye DiseasesPremium Link

By Caroline Bermudez
Giving

$650-Million Gift Aims to Boost Mental-Health Research

By Caroline Bermudez

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Minorities Underrepresented at Environmental Groups, Report Says

By Megan O’Neil

People of color account for no more than 16 percent of staff at conservation and preservation organizations, including government agencies.

Multimedia

What Are the Wealthy Thinking Now?

By Tony Martignetti

Catch up on trends in fundraising in a conversation recorded at the 2014 Fundraising Day in New York last month.

Giving

$100-Million Gift Pushes Oregon University to Brink of Securing $500-Million Match

By Caroline Bermudez

The anonymous pledge is part of a $1-billion drive for the Knight Cancer Institute.

Managing

Average Nonprofit Spends 3.2% of Budget on Technology, Report Says

By Megan O’Neil

The amount groups are spending has changed little in the past year, according to a study of 781 organizations.