November 27, 2018 Mark Hrywna
The seventh annual #GivingTuesday kicked off last night in Asia but got under way in earnest this morning as East Coast charities inundate email inboxes everywhere.
The New York Attorney General’s lawsuit against the Trump Foundation can move forward, a N.Y. State Supreme Court judge has ruled. However, Justice Saliann Scarpulla said President Donald Trump would be dropped from the case if a state appeals court, deciding an unrelated case, rules that a sitting president can’t be sued in state court.
Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md., has received a $1.8 billion gift from Michael Bloomberg, the media mogul, philanthropist and potential president candidate in 2020. It is the largest known donation ever made to an educational institution in the United States.
It has been six months since the General Data Protection Regulation
(GDPR) went onto effect in the U.K. and it has changed the way nonprofits view and handle data, particularly the information about donors.
LOS ANGELES — The “brutal fact” in the nation and the charitable sector is that there is “a sense of unease,” causing “fissures and anxiety” and it’s “our time to step up in this very important” time.
One in eight organizations does not currently invest in sustainable investing strategies but plans to begin in 2019, according to a recent survey.
Addison Barry Rand, one of the first African-American CEOs of a Fortune 500 company and former chief executive officer of AARP, has died. He was 74. Included three times in the annual NPT Power & Influence Top 50 of the sector’s key executives, Rand had stepped down at AARP in 2014 due to illness.