In an era of tightening budgets at all levels of government spending, these charities are completely insulated from cuts, since they take no government money.
Want to increase the chances that consumers will donate to your philanthropic cause? A new study suggests you tell potential donors what you’ve already raised.
After several years on the decline, charitable donations finally picked up slightly in 2010, matching the modest improvements in the overall economy.
MainStreet rounds up eight great organizations where you can donate or trade in your spring cleaning surplus this year.
You may know that you can deduct the donation of a car to charity, but your deduction amount will depend on what the charity does with it.
When you donate $5 to the Red Cross through LivingSocial, the charity will get $10.
If you want to help the victims of the earthquake in Japan, here are some tips to make sure you’re giving to the right charity.
U.S. organizations are accepting donations to assist Japan after the earthquakes and tsunami that have devastated the country.
By leveraging the power of groups much like deal sites Groupon and LivingSocial, Philanthroper hopes to make charity accessible to the masses.
Donations to colleges have rebounded to 2006 levels, but not because Main Street suddenly decided to give back.