Articles by Kevin Peters

In the past decade, our lives have become more "extremely online." From Myspace to Facebook to whatever hip new app the kids are into these days, we keep putting additional little bits of…

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke is also not a fan of "climate change."And now his department is taking some steps similar to the EPA. In early January, the Washington Post reported that the…

During the commercial break, you look down at your phone, but then the gentle piano tones of a Sarah McLachlan song make you raise your head to the television.

In our series on telecommuting, we've looked at reasons why some nonprofits are shifting to a telecommuting model and how to make that shift…

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has a new policy in place that requires organizations receiving grants to inform the NSF if individuals utilizing the funding have committed sexual harassment…

Last month, Giving USA released its report on charitable giving in the United States, Giving USA 2019: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2018.

The budget act passed by Congress in February has an interesting inclusion: the Social Impact Partnerships to Pay for Results Act (SIPPRA). According to the University of Utah's Sorenson Impact…

Did you or your organization recently participate in Giving Tuesday? Set the Tuesday after Thanksgiving each year, the event seeks to use the power of social media and collaboration in order to…

As part of the recent tax legislation, the Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service have designated Opportunity Zones in 18 states in order to…

Melville's classic Moby-Dick is a timeless tale of obsession. Ahab's need for revenge against the creature that maimed him is all-consuming. He must settle the score with his white whale…