The Breast Cancer Donor's Dilemma: Time to Revolt?

“The Breast Cancer Donor’s Dilemma: Time to Revolt?” By Ellen Leopold, Truthout

Sixty years ago, the largest national health charities in the United States dominated the philanthropic playing field and were able to carve up the fundraising calendar year among themselves. Competing for their charitable dollars were what came to be called community chests. These . . . → Read More: The Breast Cancer Donor’s Dilemma: Time to Revolt?

Komen CEO's Resignation Only Makes Critics Angrier

“Komen CEO’s Resignation Only Makes Critics Angrier.” By Holly Hall, The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Susan G. Komen for the Cure may have hoped to halt a sharp drop in donations just ahead of its busy fall fundraising season, but instead it has made many disgruntled donors even angrier. The breast-cancer charity made big leadership changes . . . → Read More: Komen CEO’s Resignation Only Makes Critics Angrier