As part of an effort to disappear potential conflicts of interest, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump recently announced he’d dissolve the Donald J Trump Foundation. Meanwhile, the 45th President of the United States says its unfair that his son Eric must now give up charity work.
Lack of transparency in philanthropic foundations, which cost taxpayers, raises ethical questions, argues Elizabeth Cham, an Honorary Fellow at the UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney.
If you want to help Haiti recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew, don’t donate to the American Red Cross. That’s the message from some Haitians.
Andrew Rudd, a lecturer in English at the University of Exeter, explains why we still give to charity when the “direct connection between the individual giver and the recipient has broken down”.
In December, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) revoked the registration of a Canadian charity that acted as a “receipting agent” for a tax shelter arrangement.
These 1 percenters are doing what the global Occupy movement demanded back in 2011. They’re sharing their wealth with the 99 percent.
According to The Guardian (UK), aid from western countries mask the $60 billion looting of Africa by foreign multinational companies.
Leading death with dignity lobby group announced Tuesday that it’s losing its charitable status after a recent political-activity audit by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).