Susan Carey Dempsey (Editor and Chief) has extensive experience working with nonprofit organizations, advocacy groups, and political campaigns. Susan has advised numerous nonprofit organizations on communications and fund-raising; she has also served as editor-in-chief of, a free online publication that covers trends in philanthropy for nonprofits, foundations and corporate social engagement professionals. Her successes include initiatives for the Annie Moore Monument on Ellis Island, the graduate business school at University College Dublin and Long Island’s Group for the East End.


Talking With Mr. Rogers About Children and Giving

Posted on May 27, 2001 by Susan Carey Dempsey

Fred Rogers, known to millions of young children and parents who have visited “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” on Public Television over the past three decades, has taken on a new subject. Rogers, a Presbyterian minister who has reached out through television and other media to help children — and parents — deal with sensitive subjects like prejudice, death, divorce and disability,… Read More