Philanthropy

Opinion

Opinion: Soaring Prices Threaten Giving – Inside Sources

Americans’ purchasing power shrinks as inflation drives up food and energy prices. But it generates another insidious byproduct — a squeeze on philanthropic dollars. From the modest to the mega-donor, the power of a giver’s checkbook declines in real terms and affects the charity itself. As charities need to ramp up certain activities, they are

Taxes

Elon Musk’s $5.7B donation sparks questions about giving

Leave it to Elon Musk to stir up controversy without saying — or tweeting — a word. In November, according to a regulatory filling, the Tesla CEO donated to charity about 5 million shares of company stock, worth $5.7 billion. Since the filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission was made public Monday, Tesla hasn’t

Arts & Culture

Governor’s Arts Awards Presented to 17 Artists, Advocates, Businesses Statewide

Artists, advocates and businesses from across the state were awarded 2020 Governor’s Arts Awards during a virtual ceremony produced by Arizona Citizens for the Arts on Wednesday evening, Oct. 29. Dorothy Lincoln-Smith of Paradise Valley received the Individual Award for her many years of support and advocacy for Arizona’s arts and cultural community. Also during

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