Regardless of which solution your nonprofit chooses, accepting cryptocurrency is a great way to bring your nonprofit into the future.
Though we still control less wealth than men, women give more of ours away. Across income levels and generations, women are more likely to give, and give more.
Too often, disbursing funds to address the most pressing needs is a challenge made worse by the lack of local insight and context.
Joe Rogan joked about Jeff Bezos' ex-wife MacKenzie Scott's second divorce. She had married school teacher Dan Jewett in 2021.
Jeff Bezos' ex-wife went through a famously public divorce with her billionaire ex, then remarried. Now, the philanthropist is ending her second marriage.
The Microsoft founder and philanthropist said he wants to drop off the rich list as he announced a large donation to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Once financial stability has been achieved, entrepreneurs often then look outwards to determine how they can make a positive impact.
"I did not like that he had meetings with Jeffrey Epstein... I made that clear to him," said Melinda French Gates of Bill Gates, who she divorced in 2021.
The U.S. philanthropist, known for trying to provide some of the world's poorest people with high-quality healthcare, died on Monday.
Shoi Caballes was also remembered at a Thursday memorial service as a loving mother of five.
Billionaire Jeff T. Green, who has a reported net worth of $6 billion, has agreed to give away more than 90 percent of his fortune before or at his death.
Part of the pull in using cryptocurrency to make donations rather than regular cash is that donors are able to forgo the capital gains tax.
The United Way and Salvation Army's top rank on the charity list came amid the devastating economic troubles of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In July 2020, Scott said that her funding decisions were "driven by a deep belief in the value different backgrounds bring to problem-solving on any issue."
The study was started in 2000, when 66 percent of U.S. households donated to charitable organizations.
A philanthropic group dedicated to increasing funding for environmental justice efforts is pushing for major donors to make their allocations public.
The historic and present challenges of racial injustice we're up against are vast. It will take every pillar of our society working at full steam to solve them.
On Wednesday, Buffett also announced that he will resign as the trustee at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. His resignation comes less than two months after the billionaire couple announced their divorce.
The construction of Little Island is merely a product of what economist Thorstein Veblen called "conspicuous consumption." Little Island was simply a display of wealth, not an act of philanthropy.
Bill and Melinda Gates announced their divorce Monday, as we look back at their marriage and their substantial holdings together.
"After a great deal of thought and a lot of work on our relationship, we have made the decision to end our marriage," the couple said in a statement.
Philanthropic power is something each of us holds, even if we haven't discovered it yet.
"If ever there was a time to Put. People. First—it is now, my friends," Orman wrote in her weekly newsletter.
Sheldon Adelson did what he thought was right, in business and in every other part of his life.
A state lawmaker says the country music icon and philanthropist is "a passionate person who loves everyone, and everyone loves her."
"God bless the 'Fundraiser of Flavortown,' shame on every single one of our government 'leaders' who have failed them," reads one tweet praising the celebrity chef.