A philanthropist from on high will never reach down and “empower” a girl in Sierra Leone. That girl is inherently full of power and potential, and we should start by asking what stands in the way of her having a strong voice.
Sloan Foundation Supports Science on Screen Film Series
BFS is one of only 23 independent non-profit cinemas from across the country awarded SoS grants to expand film and scientific literacy by creatively pairing screenings of films with lively presentations by local scientists... Read more
Stanford University made headlines recently when it announced a $400 million gift from Nike founder Phil Knight to support a new graduate scholarship program modeled after the elite Rhodes scholarships.
As we enter National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, it may be heartening to see that teen pregnancy rates in the United States are in decline.
On March 1, the Building Movement Project launched the 2016 Nonprofits, Race and Leadership Survey, open to all nonprofit staff and board members.
It’s time for America to put the brakes on our national obsession with youth and our dismissal of the potential of older adults.
One of my most remarkable experiences as the inaugural Public Policy Fellow has been talking directly with U.S. Congressional staff.
Candice Meth, CPA, Partner in the Not-for-Profit Services Group of EisnerAmper LLP, says a financial statement audit is not designed to provide assurance.