The government's social-safety programs, such as food stamps and unemployment, weren't designed to support the large numbers of people who have needed them during the pandemic.
The majority of organizations are concerned about the long-term impact the pandemic will have on donations amid a time when the "need for services is expected to increase."
Jeff Bezos is launching a network of free preschools aimed at helping low-income families.
The City Council of St. Paul, Minn., voted to launch an experimental $1.5 million guaranteed income program for low-income families.
The main residence comprises more than 8,300 square feet and includes a living room with a large stone fireplace, a library and two offices.
In a financial breakdown shared in her GoFundMe, Vitoria Mario showed donors that the acquired funds would go to her accommodation, equipment and assorted living costs such as food, transport, gas, electricity and more.
Crowdfunding website GoFundMe told FOX Business it has been cooperating with law enforcement throughout an investigation that led to the indictment of former Trump adviser Steve Bannon for his participation in a fundraising campaign called "We Build the Wall."
She announced the donations in a blog post Tuesday, writing that she would “keep at it until the safe is empty.”
An Ohio man vacationing in Virginia Beach, Virginia, surprised his waitress with a $650 tip raised through Venmo.
"Americans are fundamentally generous people," says organizer Casey Harper.
Tech giant Apple announced it is spending $400 million to combat California's housing crisis in 2020.
More than 200 of the world's wealthiest people have pledged to give away a majority of their wealth since the Giving Pledge was created in 2010.
The family of a 21-year-old college student who was kidnapped and killed last year is teaming with Lyft and Uber to reach more students on campuses.
Charities are struggling during the pandemic and subsequent economic lockdown after fundraising events were canceled.
Daniel Lubetzky founded snack company KIND in the early 2000s with just $10,000.
Two of the world's richest women, Melinda Gates and Mackenzie Bezos, announced the $30 million challenge.
The foundation says it will "prioritize mutual aid organizations, direct service and organizations focused on creating sustainable improvements in the material conditions for all black people."
Donor and Pizza Hut co-founder Dan Carney and a Koch Industries official were "very upset" about Golden's role in the disinvitation, former Wichita State University Foundation chair Steve Clark wrote in a letter to the Kansas Board of Regents.
To date, more than 70 percent of non-profits say they have already seen a decline in contributions, and half said they expect to see their revenue decline by more than 20 percent over the next year.
The Ford Foundation is leading the charge to help nonprofits stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by the New York Times.