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The 2021 Good Tech Awards

In the tech industry, 2021 was a year of profits and pivots.Thanks in part to the pandemic and the digitization of our lives, all of the big tech companies got […]




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As Workers Gain Pay Leverage, Nonprofits Can’t Keep Up

At Maryhurst, which provides help to children suffering neglect and abuse, the staffing shortage was so severe that the board recently agreed to raise wages for frontline workers, in some […]




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Elon Musk’s Latest Innovation: Troll Philanthropy

Mr. Musk did not respond to an email asking him to discuss his philanthropic giving.The notion that rich people have a moral obligation to give is an ancient one. Mr. […]







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Global Supply Shortages Reach All the Way to a Haitian Aid Group

In the face of bewildering and enduring shortages of goods throughout the global economy, even aid organizations like food banks and clothing distributors are caught in the chaos. Many are […]




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Nonprofits Get a New Type of Donation: Cryptocurrency

Still, she said, there are plenty of resources, like the Giving Block, that allow people to donate cryptocurrency and nonprofits to receive it safely and relatively easily.Donor-advised funds, which allow […]







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Why Buy a Yacht When You Can Buy a Newspaper?

Billionaires have had a pretty good pandemic. There are more of them than there were a year ago, even as the crisis has exacerbated inequality. But scrutiny has followed these […]




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Job Training That’s Free Until You’re Hired Is a Blueprint for Biden

Bill Barber saw an ad on Facebook last year for American Diesel Training Centers, a school in Ohio that prepares people for careers as diesel mechanics. It came with an […]




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Raising Money for a Nonprofit? Try a Personalized Approach

“Sometimes everything feels too polished,” Ms. Choy said. “If they can make their solicitation as human as possible, it would work better. It shouldn’t be about putting someone on a […]