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A change in the climate of charitable giving

A change in the climate of charitable giving

Donor-advised funds rise in popularity
Many, but not all, charities saw an increase in donations last year

In this final episode, journalists Anna Johansen Brown and Sarah Schweinsberg visit two organizations with similar goals: They want to help the homeless, people who have lost everything and have nowhere to go. But these two organizations chose different strategies … and ultimately, got very different results.

A migration surge threatens to create another humanitarian crisis

Groups work to deploy shots to minority groups

Nonprofits, both Christian and secular, have to watch out for some common pitfalls that threaten to undo all their hard work.

A Los Angeles judge tries to hold the city accountable, but government alone cannot solve the problem

Every year, WORLD hosts the Hope Awards for Effective Compassion. Readers and listeners nominate hundreds of ministries, and we narrow the list to about eight or 10 semi-finalists. Just four make the final cut. This episode is about the runners-up.

In Los Angeles, “defunding the police” led to disbanding a unit specially designed to help with homelessness
Health workers struggle with how to immunize the homeless