The move, just a week before their summit, will likely push the Russian opposition further underground and was a signal that the country’s domestic affairs are not up for discussion.
Moving quickly in the pandemic, a wealthy money manager underwrote performances via a new foundation, with a little help from a violin-obsessed adviser.
The number of daily doses administered has fallen from more than 100,000 on some days in April to below 40,000 on some days this month.
Sara Cunningham, the founder of Free Mom Hugs and a supporter of L.G.B.T.Q. people, doesn’t want anyone to be without the love of a parent on their wedding day.
Donors around the world are giving money for meals, medical expenses, P.P.E. and oxygen tanks, among other essential supplies. Here’s how you can help.
The Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss helped build a sophisticated behind-the-scenes operation that attacked Republicans and promoted Democratic causes.
Billionaires aren’t usually cast as saviors of democracy. But one way they are winning plaudits for civic-minded endeavors is by funding the Fourth Estate.
Social Finance, a nonprofit, is spreading a model in which training programs get paid if students get hired, not just if they enroll.
Prosecutors accused Victor Rivera of enriching himself through kickbacks as he led one of the largest homeless shelter operations in New York City.
Protests against police brutality brought the nation’s attention to the Feminist Coalition. Now its members want to change life for Nigerian women.
In Chicago, groups of volunteers gave us a glimpse of a society where neighbors rely on one another.
Ai Weiwei and other artists say the investor Leon Black should step down as MoMA’s chairman amid revelations that he paid $158 million to Jeffrey Epstein.
These organizations are providing food, supplies and shelter to devastated communities. If you want to give aid, here are some research pointers.
Stewart Bainum, a hotel magnate and former politician, has swooped in with a plan to run it and other papers in Maryland as part of a nonprofit.
For incarcerated people like me, access to communications comes at a steep price.
Ruth Dickey, the executive director of Seattle Arts & Lectures, is succeeding Lisa Lucas, who left the organization to become the publisher of Pantheon and Schocken.
Ten women accused Victor Rivera of sexual assault or harassment, but he maintained his position leading an operator of homeless shelters.
Victor Rivera, the chief executive of the Bronx Parent Housing Network, one of the largest operators of homeless shelters in New York City, was accused of sexual abuse and financial impropriety.
Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered a review of the groups that run New York’s homeless housing after The New York Times uncovered accusations of sexual and financial misconduct.
Victor Rivera gained power and profit as New York’s homeless crisis worsened. Accused of sexual and financial misconduct, he has largely escaped consequences.
Eviction moratoriums don’t keep arrears from piling up, and aid to renters may not reach the most vulnerable.
He went from an impoverished activist to the president of the Doe Fund, which has helped thousands of homeless people and ex-convicts in New York City find shelter and employment.
As the Biden administration proposes additional pandemic relief, nonprofit workers see a country facing a growing crisis.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center gave Dr. José Baselga a payout after he resigned under fire in 2018 over his ties to health care companies.
Through a streamlined operation, Ms. Scott has given away $6 billion this year, much of it to small charities and nonprofits.
Laura Stachel and Hal Aronson had a Jewish ceremony in 2000, but they never had a legal wedding. Twenty years later, it finally seemed time.
The National Weather Service suggested that snow accumulations in New York City could end up on the low end of the initial forecasts of eight to 12 inches.
“She’s disrupting the norms around billionaire philanthropy by moving quickly,” an expert on charities said.
Emergency pandemic funding to help renters must be distributed by Dec. 30. But getting the money to those who need it is no small task.
The nonprofit organization, All Raise, is working on an expansion, as diversity in the tech industry remains elusive.
Even as more young men and women in need want to play, the pandemic has made it more difficult for nonprofits to raise money.
The charity, Feed the Solidarity, often provides the only meals children receive each day. The government accuses it of subversion, with no evidence.
Under the pandemic relief program, taxpayers can deduct up to $300, even if they take the standard deduction. And even if $300 doesn’t sound like much, it’s “a big deal” to the needy.
With the end of the Paycheck Protection Program loan program, entrepreneurs are forced to look elsewhere.
Older adults, particularly vulnerable in a pandemic, still work for their causes, but primarily from home now.
Many fancy fundraisers have moved online and are offering low-price or free tickets for virtual attendees.
The founders of a shelter for homeless people seeking asylum and a group that helps college applicants are among five New Yorkers to get $200,000 awards.
The pandemic has exacerbated the inequalities that already existed. These organizations are bridging the gap.
Her efforts will support organizations trying to build political power in states that are undergoing rapid demographic change.
The influx of whales to cleaner waters off New York City has meant that the number of them injured or killed there is on the rise.
A new nonprofit, the New York Jobs C.E.O. Council, will work with universities, the city and other groups to create new curriculums and apprenticeships over the next decade.
Bridget Pettis, a former W.N.B.A. player and coach, is sitting out this season and focusing on teaching her community in Phoenix about gardening and healthy eating.
Even as the economic crisis creates new demand for their services, organizations with millions of workers are resorting to layoffs as revenues dry up.
A nonprofit sent Black and white “mystery shoppers” to branches of 17 banks, where they asked for loans under the Paycheck Protection Program. White customers got better treatment.
The company’s orchestra offered prestige and job security. But the pandemic has upended hundreds of lives.
The Texas-based nonprofit said the badge would be a requirement for anyone who wanted to become an Eagle Scout.
Charter schools, which are publicly funded but privately run, are securing coronavirus relief meant for businesses even as they also benefit from public school aid.
In this crisis, money is priceless, yet banks and money market funds will pay you close to zero in interest for years. That’s if everything turns out well.
The Ford Foundation and four others plan to dramatically increase their spending, a splurge financed in part by issuing debt.
Your instinct may be to help right now, in cash. These services bridge the gap between Venmoing someone from Twitter and a check to a big charity that could steer that money anywhere.