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Giving Special Section: Connections to a Cause: The Millennial Way of Charity

Giving Special Section: Connections to a Cause: The Millennial Way of Charity

A bus ride in Costa Rica changed how Chase Adam thought about giving. He later founded Watsi, a digitally focused health nonprofit.
Giving Special Section: Connections to a Cause: The Millennial Way of Charity

Giving Special Section: Connections to a Cause: The Millennial Way of Charity

A bus ride in Costa Rica changed how Chase Adam thought about giving. He later founded Watsi, a digitally focused health nonprofit.
Wealth Matters: When Should Charities Throw In Together?

Wealth Matters: When Should Charities Throw In Together?

K. Sujata, president and chief executive of the Chicago Foundation for Women, oversaw a merger in 2012, when her nonprofit group took over the Eleanor Foundation.

Your Money Adviser: A Charity Offers Donors More Control Over Where Their Funds Go

Under Direct Relief’s new system, donors can use a slider tool to apportion their gift among several options.
Giving Special Section: Philanthropy in Silicon Valley: Big Bets on Big Ideas

Giving Special Section: Philanthropy in Silicon Valley: Big Bets on Big Ideas

Cari Tuna and her husband Dustin Moskovitz publicly share details of their donations, their thought processes and their research into causes on the website of their foundation.
Giving Special Section: Philanthropy in Silicon Valley: Big Bets on Big Ideas

Giving Special Section: Philanthropy in Silicon Valley: Big Bets on Big Ideas

Cari Tuna and her husband Dustin Moskovitz publicly share details of their donations, their thought processes and their research into causes on the website of their foundation.
A Conversation With: Joyful Donor to Women’s Causes Teaches Other Inheritors

A Conversation With: Joyful Donor to Women’s Causes Teaches Other Inheritors

Tracy DuVivier Gary, who is related to the Pillsbury family of Minnesota, at her home in Tiburon, Calif. She has spent 40 years helping to promote giving for the benefit of women.
Nonprofits Opposed to Trump’s Ideology See a Surge in Donations

Nonprofits Opposed to Trump’s Ideology See a Surge in Donations

An American Civil Liberties Union volunteer observed a polling station during voting in the presidential election in Las Vegas last week.
Nonprofit Journalism Groups Are Gearing Up With Flood of Donations

Nonprofit Journalism Groups Are Gearing Up With Flood of Donations

Donations to nonprofit journalism groups like the Marshall Project have been increasing. The organization’s editor in chief, Bill Keller, left, and Neil Barsky, the founder and chairman, in the
They Thought They Qualified for Student Loan Forgiveness. Years Later, the Government Changes Its Mind.

They Thought They Qualified for Student Loan Forgiveness. Years Later, the Government Changes Its Mind.

After being told that working with the American Immigration Lawyers Association qualified her for student loan forgiveness, Kate Voigt, a lawyer, learned that it did not. She is suing.
They Thought They Qualified for Student Loan Forgiveness. Years Later, the Government Changes Its Mind.

They Thought They Qualified for Student Loan Forgiveness. Years Later, the Government Changes Its Mind.

After being told that working with the American Immigration Lawyers Association qualified her for student loan forgiveness, Kate Voigt, a lawyer, learned that it did not. She is suing.
Your Money: United Way Searches for Its Place in a World of One-Click Giving

Your Money: United Way Searches for Its Place in a World of One-Click Giving

Kelly High School in Brighton Park, in southwest Chicago. The United Way branch in the city has focused on increasing graduation rates in the neighborhood.
Kidney Fund Seen Insisting on Donations, Contrary to Government Deal

Kidney Fund Seen Insisting on Donations, Contrary to Government Deal

A DaVita dialysis center in Paterson, N.J., before its opening in 2014. DaVita is one of two large dialysis companies that provide most of the funding for the American Kidney Fund, a charity.
Kidney Fund Seen Insisting on Donations, Contrary to Government Deal

Kidney Fund Seen Insisting on Donations, Contrary to Government Deal

A DaVita dialysis center in Paterson, N.J., before its opening in 2014. DaVita is one of two large dialysis companies that provide most of the funding for the American Kidney Fund, a charity.
Uncertainty Over New Chinese Law Rattles Foreign Nonprofits

Uncertainty Over New Chinese Law Rattles Foreign Nonprofits

A Greenpeace protest near Beijing in 2009. A new law in China is raising concern among thousands of nongovernmental organizations about their ability to continue their work in the new year.
Uncertainty Over New Chinese Law Rattles Foreign Nonprofits

Uncertainty Over New Chinese Law Rattles Foreign Nonprofits

A Greenpeace protest near Beijing in 2009. A new law in China is raising concern among thousands of nongovernmental organizations about their ability to continue their work in the new year.