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16 Nonprofits that Inspire Positive Change in Rural America

Arts, Media & Culture, Children & Families, Education, Environment, Foundations, Health, Justice & Poverty, News, Philanthropy

As part of our mission to draw public attention and support to the important work of nonprofits in America, we sat down to chat with 21 accomplished nonprofit leaders in Minnesota to discuss their impact in driving positive change in the evolving landscapes of rural America.

Donors Pledge Nearly $200 Million for Family Planning

Children & Families, Health, News, Philanthropy

BRUSSELS (AP) — Nations and philanthropists pledged close to $200 million Thursday for family planning at an international conference that aimed to make up for the gap left by President Donald Trump’s ban on U.S. funding to groups linked to abortion.

The Golden Radiator and Rusty Radiator Awards

News, Philanthropy

The annual Golden Radiator and Rusty Radiator Awards are in play once again for the fourth year, and people will be voting for the best and worst nonprofit ads of 2016, up until December 6.

The Clinton Foundation to ‘unravel’ Upon Hillary Clinton’s Election

Foundations, News, Philanthropy

The Clinton Foundation announced that if Hillary Clinton is elected as POTUS, the foundation’s programs would split into several NGOs without accepting money from major corporations or international donors, and Bill Clinton would step down from overseeing the foundation.

The Arts Receive Major Funding

Foundations, News, Philanthropy

United States Artists group received $20 million in funding from organizations like the Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

AP Interview: Philanthropist Finds Joy in Helping Children

News, Philanthropy, Uncategorized

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Retired banking executive T. Denny Sanford has given much of his $1.4 billion in donations to the health care and research fields, but the 80-year-old philanthropist says he finds the most joy in spearheading programs that help children.

New Program Helps Retirees Make Meaningful Second Careers

News, Philanthropy

If you’re hip to the nonprofit world, you probably know about Boston’s Daily Table, the nonprofit market established by former president of Trader Joe’s, Dough Rauch. What you might not know is that he developed this social impact project after participating in Harvard University’s Advanced Leadership Initiative.

All about Impact Investing Trends

News, Philanthropy

Recently, in the world of philanthropy, impact investing has become a popular trend as charitable donors seek “creative ways to align their investments with their missions.”