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The foundation has been at the center of conflict of interest questions involving whether it was legally allowed to raise funds.
Bridgeway Capital Management founder John Montgomery discusses how donating 50 percent of his company's profits to charity every year is simply part of his firm's culture.
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Zachary Quinn, Love Your Melon CEO, talks about his company selling hats while helping to fund research to find a cure for pediatric cancer.
Why visionaries Mazen and Jill Kamen believe their new foundation will finally fuel the cure for the deadliest childhood cancer in the US.
Brain tumors are the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children, yet researchers believe that they are close to developing promising new therapies that will fuel a cure.
Experts offer tips on how to instill in young children a lifelong habit of generosity. Hint: Lead by example, and do it together.
Online donations to the Salvation Army spiked 61% after Dallas Cowboys rookie Ezekiel Elliott hopped into one of the huge red kettles behind the end zones at AT&T Stadium.
An expert explains to CNBC's "On the Money" how filers can maximize their charitable donations.
Donating stock instead of cash gives you more tax relief, since there is no capital gains on appreciated assets given to a nonprofit.
From managing capital gains to charitable giving, there's a range of strategies that can help reduce the amount you fork over to the government.
Despite the US economic recovery, 1 in 7 Americans go to bed hungry each night. New food stamp restrictions have put the nation at risk.
NY Giants running back Rashad Jennings discusses how his foundation helps children with learning disorders, provides books and camp opportunities.
Companies must embrace being socially responsible to compete, said Jon Duschinsky, a creator of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
These companies harness the holiday season to give back to their customers, communities or causes important to their founders.
Eight corporate elites who demonstrated the size of their charitable heart through random, minor acts of kindness.
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