Last week, a weighty box arrived in my office. I was immediately excited. Inside, I knew, was my own copy of the new Almanac of American Philanthropy, authored by Karl Zinsmeister and published by the Philanthropy Roundtable.
The Almanac runs just over 1,300 gold-leaf pages that are filled with the stories of the charitable forces that have shaped America. …read more »
DonorsTrust is happy to announce Lawson Bader as the new CEO for DonorsTrust.
When he takes the helm at DonorsTrust in November, Lawson will have concluded three years as president and CEO at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a DC-based think tank that promotes freedom and limited government across a wide range of policy issues. Lawson succeeded CEI’s founder and managed …read more »
Can DonorsTrust be expected to maintain the same diligence, the same integrity, and the same focus on donor intent after losing its co-founder and president, Whitney Ball?
I first saw a version of this question posed in response to the Wall Street Journal‘s online article about Whitney’s death. My initial response, along with many people I knew, was to …read more »
Early Monday morning, August 17, the liberty movement and all of philanthropy lost a great friend with the passing of Whitney Ball.…read more »