Organisations need money, and people want to donate. Sara Gorman makes the case for crowdfunding in global health.
Many donors want 100% of their donations spent on programming. But Caitlin Barrett argues that doing good work doesn't happen for free.
People around the world want to help those affected by the Nepal earthquake. But too many past humanitarian crises have seen good intentions result in more harm than good. Our Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Ambrose recaps some conversations about the best ways to help.
We're all familiar with TOMS Shoes' buy-one-give-one model. But how does the "give one" part actually work? A former Kenya Red Cross volunteer recounts his experience with a TOMS distribution.
You may assume the old clothes you donate to your local Goodwill simply get sold there. But Shannon Whitehead details the much more complicated fate of second-hand clothing - and how a lot of it ends up in Africa.