The latest public interest communication news you need to know.
Stacy Carlson, Ph.D., President & CEO at the Florida Philanthropic Network, shares ways organizations are and can address the short-term and long-term needs of the community following the Orlando mass shooting.
Economists in Germany find that expressing feelings to someone who hurts you could make you more generous to others.
When you step inside the Kansas City Community Kitchen today, a greeter shows you to a table. Volunteer waitstaff takes your order after you’ve had time to look at the menu and see what the culinary team has been cookin’ up.
To top off her release of the “Formation” music video, conquering of the Super Bowl halftime show, and announcement of her world tour, Beyoncé has extended a philanthropic arm to the residents of Flint, Michigan, by introducing a fund for children who are suffering because of the city’s water crisis.
The structures are easy to construct, adaptable, and designed to survive future natural disasters.
Gaining social media momentum means building something bigger than yourself and your brand.
It turns out that while Facebook and other social media sites can be good at putting issues on your radar, they are pretty ineffective at getting people to click away and actually donate.
In essays to be posthumously published Tuesday, Sacks expressed gratefulness for his work, for the people in his life — including the many patients he became close with — and for the beauty of the physical world.
To kick off the season, here are four studies that can help you increase empathy and donations for your cause. From increasing feelings of awe, to taking a page out of the Black Friday playbook, read what scientists suggest can increase generosity and giving this season.