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.
The White House is encouraging Americans to shop Small Business Saturday after the coronavirus pandemic has brought on nearly two years of hardship for local businesses.
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.
For nearly a century, the Macy's Day Parade has been a Thanksgiving tradition.
Mark Andol says selling American-made products has helped his company avoid shipping and supply disruptions.
Made in America Store founder Mark Andol says the U.S. needs to get back to building things.
The First Lady of philanthropy Jean Shafiroff explains how rising consumer prices can affect Americans' ability to open their hearts and wallets.
Jason Sudeikis recently returned to his hometown of Kansas City to host Thundergong!, an annual benefit concert for a charity that helps amputees who lack proper health coverage pay for prosthetic limbs.
Jersey Mike’s CEO Peter Cancro on inflation, labor shortages and holiday fundraiser goals.
The funds have already helped renovate and enhance over 50,000 homes and facilities for veterans while also helping to provide critical assistance to veterans and their families in need, according to the foundation.
U.S. VETS CEO Steve Peck says the COVID-19 pandemic has allowed the non-profit to offer telehealth services to American veterans anywhere in the world.
U.S. VETS CEO Steve Peck on the organization’s mission and honoring Veterans Day.
Former New York Mets owner Fred Wilpon donated $40 million to the University of Michigan’s Kessler Presidential Scholars Program to support first-generation college students.
NYC Mission Society Board of Directors member Jean Shafiroff discusses how inflation and supply shortages negatively affect philanthropy and charity work for the holiday season.
Truman Center for National Policy visiting fellow Camille Mackler reacts to 'herculean' efforts to get refugees out of Afghanistan.
ASU global management professor Sanjeev Khagram on how the university is providing support to Afghan women.
Combat Flip Flops CEO Matthew Griffin on its efforts to continue women's education in Afghanistan.
Frank Siller, the 'Tunnel to Towers' co-founder, is walking from D.C. to New York City to honor his brother for the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
Former Navy SEAL and 'Bottle Breacher' founder Eli Crane on his push to help veterans find job prospects after ending their military service.