The real challenge we face is not about the instrumentality of a DAF. The real challenge is that there is hate, bigotry and prejudice in our country. We must find different ways to come together and educate society.
Politicians, advocacy organizations and other groups opposed to President Trump that have taken on Islamophobia.
According to Nonprofit Quarterly, the number of donor-advised fund accounts has increased 200% over the past five years.
Pluralism has long been one of the important purposes of the charitable deduction.
Social entrepreneurship is in many ways a result of the lack of perceived progress in moving the needle on social good.
We should find a mechanism to make charitable deductions available to all Americans.
Ethical Republicans and others who have supported the president must not embrace Attorney General William Barr’s summary as proof that Trump is in the clear.
This was a chilling message to Indiana minorities who continue to suffer from bias crimes with little legal protection from their Legislature.
Most studies suggest that increased legal immigration will result in a positive impact on our economy.
The challenge is that social value is hard to achieve when making a profit or worrying about the bottom line.
Have we considered that education can be not only utilitarian but also transformative? Transformative not in terms of the economic benefits it can produce, but in the way it can lead to meaningful lives and a better world.
Innovators and entrepreneurs (business and philanthropic) sometimes have to go beyond that which we know is achievable.
Hollywood, when it wants to, can change narratives and transform the way we think about creatures, beings and people.
As a former civil rights investigator, I have rarely heard prejudice stated directly.
We need a solution for DACA recipients. They should be allowed a pathway to citizenship.
Politicizing this issue doesn’t help us develop a better solution.
The tax reform debate has little connection to research, data or thought-out policy implications.
There are two fundamental questions. First, is it the responsibility of lawmakers to create a long-term, sustained commitment to the regular upkeep of our infrastructure? Second, how do we fund this commitment?
Perhaps parents who are under 65 but lack insurance should be allowed to be added to their children’s insurance.
This man didn’t understand the difference between actions that cost people their lives and a Facebook post that simply articulates unprofessional business practice.