COVID has moved many Canadians to donate to groups that meet more immediate needs (Steve Russell/Toronto Star/Getty Images)

The future of giving

‘Mutual aid groups’ and GoFundMe campaigns are thriving as donations move away from traditional causes
A crowd gathers before the WE Day event in Toronto, on Sept. 20, 2018 (CP/Christopher Katsarov)

In defence of WE

Scott Gilmore: Get angry about why the Kielburgers needed to cultivate influence in Canada, not at the fact they were good at it

Why a group of rich millennials are giving their money away

Resource Movement is helping Canada’s wealthy millennials learn how to redistribute their wealth. Could this be the next great trend in philanthropy?
Save money by living at home during university.

Thinking of donating to an arts charity? Read this first.

Maclean’s analysis shows cultural charities underperform compared with their peers
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Canada’s top-rated charities 2019

MoneySense graded charities in Canada to find out which ones are the most transparent and efficient with donations
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Ten things we learned about Canadians and their money

What we think about credit cards, taxing foreign home buyers and giving to charity

What happened to the money from the ice bucket challenge?

The viral craze raised a cool $17 million for ALS Canada. How to spend that money has posed its own challenges.

No, Alberta is not the most generous province in Canada

Albertans don’t give all that much to charity considering how much they earn, but we also found the most giving city in Canada

Letters: ’The greatest political train wreck of our time?! Come on!’

Our readers on Rob Ford and the cash-register-charity holdup

It’s time to end the cash-register-charity holdup

The most annoying philanthropy is also the least persuasive