Chronicle of Philanthropy

Based in Washington, DC, the Chronicle is a top national news and information source for executives of tax-exempt organizations and those whose work relates to them.
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The Chronicle of Philanthropy is the No. 1 news source, in print and online, for nonprofit leaders, fund raisers, grant makers, and other people involved in the philanthropic enterprise. For more than 20 years, The Chronicle has been connecting the nonprofit world with news, jobs, and ideas.

The Chronicle provides news and information for executives of tax-exempt organizations in health, education, religion, the arts, social services, and other fields, as well as fund raisers, professional employees of foundations, institutional investors, corporate grant makers, and charity donors. Along with news, it offers such service features as lists of grants, fundraising ideas and techniques, statistics, reports on tax and court rulings, summaries of books, and a calendar of events.



Nonprofit Upsolve Helps Low-Income Americans Get Out of Debt

Denver Frederick
Chronicle of Philanthropy
July 25, 2019
This edition of the Business of Giving podcast features Rohan Pavuluri, CEO of Upsolve. The nonprofit legal-services provider, founded by lawyers Pavuluri and Jonathan Petts, helps low-income Americans achieve a fresh start through Chapter 7 bankruptcy at no cost.


Philanthropy Must Step Up for Fairness in Civil Justice

Mary McClymont
Chronicle of Philanthropy
April 8, 2016
Foundations have started to hear the call to action on criminal justice and have stepped up. Now, we must do the same to advance needed reforms in civil justice.

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$45 Billion Zuckerberg-Chan Pledge Has Charities Excited — and Wary

Chronicle of Philanthropy
December 4, 2015
Leaders at grant-seeking charities say they are excited to see what Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg and his spouse have in mind for the $45 billion they pledged to doing good in the world — and wary of the broader impact it may have on philanthropy.


Grant Makers Need to Help the Poor Fight Legal Injustices

Mary McClymont
Chronicle of Philanthropy
Ultimately, supporting civil legal aid as a complementary strategy will increase a grant maker’s impact.

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