Articles by Kevin Peters

On January 23, 2017, just three days after the inauguration, President Trump gathered a group of men around his desk. Familiar faces included Mike Pence, Jared Kushner, Stephen Miller, and Steve Bannon. The pictures that circulated afterward showed
As more and more nonprofit organizations adopt technology to do their work—for fundraising, project management, board communications, social media promotion, etc.—the risk of cyberattacks is increasing, even for small organizations. In a rapidly

When Bruce Banner gets angry, he changes. There is a flash in his eye, and then he turns into the Incredible Hulk, a big green ball of fury.

In our ongoing series on federal funding under President Trump, we've seen a pattern: the White House proposes massive budget cuts, and the Senate Appropriations Committee rejects those cuts.…

In many ways, the philanthropic sector seems to be a microcosm of the greater world. There are needs that need to be addressed, and funders and nonprofit organizations work to meet those needs.…

A lot of organizations get a boost in volunteer participation during the holiday corridor of Thanksgiving through the start of the new year, but when school is out and the weather turns nice and…

The events of early January in D.C. have shaken many of us to our very core. The sight of the capitol building being stormed is one that has not been seen in over a half-dozen generations, since…

Simon & Garfunkel sang longingly and lovingly of going home, a place of love, music, and easy thoughts. It's a place most of us have to leave every day. But what if we didn't?

Benjamin Franklin is a legendary figure in American history. While he may be fondly remembered for his scientific discoveries, he is also considered by some to be the father of American civil…

While it remains to be seen what sorts of final cuts might ultimately be put into place, teachers and schools should be on the lookout for potential sources of alternate funding.