Hillary Clinton Asks Followers to Help Out Flint

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan continues, and charities are still looking for donations to help children who have been poisoned by lead-contaminated water there. The Community Foundation of Greater Flint’s campaign to raise money for the long-term health care and education of affected children has found a new and powerful ally in their efforts: […]

Hip-Hop Stars Help With Flint Water Crisis

Flint, Michigan is about 70 miles from the shores of the largest group of fresh bodies of water in the world: the Great Lakes. However, its residents can’t get clean water from their taps. As you’ve probably heard, this is a major crisis still happening, where more than 90,000 residents have been exposed to toxic […]

San Francisco Church Wins Legal Fight Against its Own Nonprofit

Recently, a church in San Francisco, and the nonprofit that it founded in 1969, settled a contentious lawsuit out of court. Third Baptist Church sued Third Baptist Gardens because the latter had intended to sell the housing they had built for people on Section 8 rental assistance. Those people, who pay small portions of their […]

Cricketer Closes Foundation After Failing to Disclose Financials

Shane Warne, a well-known cricket player in Australia, recently announced that he is closing his foundation, which was started to help ill and underprivileged youth. The group’s closure comes after it continually failed to release its financial information. Consumer Affairs Victoria, a watchdog organization in Australia, called for an audit following fundraising disclosure laws. Only […]

Catholic Group Attacks Amnesty International

According to the Cardinal Newman Society, a group that promotes “faithful Catholic education,” 20 Catholic colleges and six law schools retain relationships with the non-profit group Amnesty International. The Society is advising those schools to end that relationship. Amnesty International is best known for their global humanitarian work, focused on human rights, for which they […]

New Microsoft Branch Supports Non-Profits

Microsoft recently launched a new branch called Microsoft Philanthropies, which has vowed to donate technology to 70,000 organizations around the world in the next three years. Their stated goal is to help non-profits, NGOs, and university researchers gain access to cloud-computing and other technologies that businesses use for low cost data storage. This could be […]