The pandemic has made it difficult for churches across the country to stay afloat.
The power philanthropists Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates announced in May that they were divorcing and then gave a jaw-dropping $15 billion to their foundation in July.
Kentucky's bourbon industry has raised more than $3.3 million to provide relief to residents impacted by tornadoes that slammed the state earlier this month.
A home in Fanwood, New Jersey, brings delighted onlookers from all over the country and even the world during the holidays — and the owner donates to a local charity that's helping others in the community
The Beatles alum Ringo Starr has announced that he will create a coffee table book with images and memories from his time with the band.
The former first lady launched a venture this week selling NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, on her website in exchange for a Solana token, currently valued around $180 each.
"Respect" star Jennifer Hudson is among the celebrities to team with jewelry retailer Kendra Scott to donate about $100,000 to charities this Christmas season
MacKenzie Scott – formerly Mrs. Bezos – has pushed back on perceptions of philanthropy, saying it’s about more than "wealthy people who believed they knew best."
Peter Lynch, vice chairman of Fidelity Management and Research Company, has made a huge donation of art to Boston College's McMullen Museum of Art.
Donations to the Clinton Foundation declined to $16.3 million in 2020, marking the smallest tally of contributions in several years, according to the organization’s annual financial report.
An enhanced, permanent charitable-tax deduction regardless of whether a person itemizes their tax deductions would give lower-income and cash-strapped taxpayers an easier opportunity to invest in their spiritual and mental health.
Giving Tuesday is considered a global movement that was established in 2012 with the goal of inspiring others to "give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity" through acts of kindness, according to the Giving Tuesday website.
A Salvation Army guide aimed at “courageous conversations about racism” asks “White Americans” to “stop trying to be ‘colorblind.’”
A Waukesha, Wisconsin, breakfast restaurant called The Coop is donating 100% of its proceeds Friday to victims of the Nov. 21 Christmas parade tragedy that killed six victims, including an 8-year-old boy, and injured dozens of others.
The nation’s food banks are struggling due to inflation, fueled by the global supply chain crisis.
Elon Musk, the founder of Telsa whose net worth is approaching $300 billion, responded Sunday to calls from social media users to sell some stock to solve world hunger.
Back Bay Baptist Church in St. Martin announced at the end of September that it would accept digital currencies after COVID-19 made it difficult to collect traditional payments.
A family of Afghan immigrants is using their Washington, D.C.-bassed restaurants to collect donations for local Afghan refugees.
Wyatt Dennis’ free lemonade stand captured the hearts of South Dakota bikers ahead of the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Dave Portnoy, founder of media company Barstool Sports, on Wednesday said his charity fund for small businesses that began during COVID-19 is here to stay.