- 2012: The End Of The World Or Nonprofit Renaissance?: A series of experts from the nonprofit sector, including the Center on Philanthropy's Adrian Sergeant, discuss what they think is in store for nonprofits in 2012. End of the world or not.
- Kids' Charity Is Damaged By Penn State Scandal: Learn how The Second Mile, the charity founded by former Penn State Football defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, has been affected by the fallout from the Penn State child sex abuse scandal.
- Bonuses For Performance And Longevity Boost Exec Pay: We take a closer look at the executive compensation at the organizations listed in last month's NPT 100.
- William Aramony Dead At 84: William Aramony, who turned United Way (UW) into the powerhouse fundraising charity that it is today, died of bone cancer associated with prostate cancer Nov. 11 at age 84 in Alexandria, Va.
- Pick One: Nonprofit volunteers are often put in positions where their own personal safety can be endangered or where they could pose a threat to others. Learn how to manage these risks in this column by guest authors Ronald Taylor, Jeff Tenenbaum, and Thomas Strong.