Articles by Sid Davis

The COVID-19 pandemic has in a short span of time sent our world into flux. Nobody knows what its final shape will be, but with social contact limited, events have been cancelled, spending patterns have changed, and people's personal priorities have

Ask any visual artist, writer, or musician what the hardest part of their job is and most will tell you that simply generating an income sufficient to allow a full-time focus on art is the…

In federal district court in Northern California a lawsuit has been filed that many in the philanthropy industry are following carefully.

On the last day of September the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), which was instrumental in purchasing and preserving parks, national forests, wildlife refuges, and monuments across the…

The United States has an unusual system among high-income countries of a limited social safety net combined with tax policy that is supposed to, in theory, encourage high volumes of charitable…

Three years on from the Paris Agreement on the climate, global carbon dioxide emissions continue to rise. Despite the consensus of over 99% of climate scientists that humans have warmed and…

In recent years, analyses of the U.S. charitable giving sector have highlighted the decline of low and middle income donors, and the concurrent rise of high income donors, a trend that mirrors the…

When the Internal Revenue Service returns to full operations on July 15, one item on its agenda will be a new slate of more than 1,000 audits of private foundations connected to high net worth…

GrantStation's Kevin Peters published an article in May, “Just Say No... to Donations?,” that asked whether nonprofits should be more selective about the donors with whom they partner.

For an assortment of reasons, people in advanced economies are moving away from the use of physical currency in daily life.