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Where is Giving Going—Mid-Year 2016?

Giving USA recently published its 2015 study. The report posted both positive and negative news on giving. The positive? In 2015, Americans continued their steady stream of giving, with $373.3 billion going to charity. And in looking to the future, the prospects for rapid growth in estate-giving  »  Read More

The Surprising Contrast of Sacrifice and Anger

On Thursday, July 14, 2016,  Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, bicycled to a rented 19-ton refrigerated truck.  At 10:30pm, he drove the truck down the Promenade des Anglais, and plowed into a crowd, which was celebrating Bastille Day.  He drove 1.1 miles and crushed people in his wake. The results:   »  Read More

Making Sense of the Noise

There’s a lot of noise and confusion going around. Orlando, Florida– night club shooting. 49 dead. Paul, Minneapolis—a young male shot and killed at a traffic stop. Baton Rouge, Louisiana—a 37 year old man shot and killed by police in a convenience store. Dallas, Texas—a sniper  »  Read More