Chronicle of Philanthropy | October 6, 2021
Formation of New Hunger, Housing, and Civil-Rights Nonprofits Jumped in 2020
By Michael Theis
Fewer charities were created whose missions involved sports, recreation, arts, and education, according to a Chronicle analysis of preliminary data from the Internal Revenue Service.
More Donors Made One-Time and Monthly Online Gifts in 2020
By Emily Haynes
Food banks, faith-based organizations and congregations, and public broadcasting posted the biggest growth in revenue from one-time donors.
Mandel Foundation Awards $50 Million to Cleveland Orchestra
By M.J. Prest
Also, Amazon Web Services is committing $40 million to improve health equity and outcomes in marginalized communities, and Google.org gave $3 million to develop technology to identify service lines that deliver lead-contaminated water to poor households.
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