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Magazine articles on philanthropy and charities.
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Energize Common Sense and Volunteer Involvement - Responses Readers respond to a recent article about the management of volunteers. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
AFP eWire 53 Percent of U.S. Charitable Organizations Surveyed Say Contributions Rose in 2011 A new report shows first signs of increase in contributions in four years. mark for My Articles 843 similar articles
AFP eWire 54 Percent of Canadian Charitable Organizations Surveyed Say Contributions Rose in 2011 More than half of surveyed Canadian charitable organizations saw growth in charitable giving lase year. mark for My Articles 909 similar articles
April 2012
Leonard Klie
Nonprofits Find Money on the Web Charity no longer beings at home; today, it begins with a homepage. mark for My Articles 621 similar articles
April 2012
Susan J. Ellis
Common Sense and Volunteer Involvement I am very interested in what you have to share as your examples of lack of common sense when it comes to decisions affecting volunteers. mark for My Articles 179 similar articles
AFP eWire
March 27, 2012
Penelope Burk
Managing Young Fundraisers Young people enter the workforce today having earned one or two university degrees, being technologically advanced, and completely at ease in a world that moves incredibly fast. mark for My Articles 240 similar articles
AFP eWire
March 20, 2012
Canadians Agree That Charities are Important to Society Canadians may be internationally known for our pleasant demeanour, but don't get us started on our national pastime of hockey or on how our nonprofits should be run; we have strong opinions about both. mark for My Articles 896 similar articles
March 6, 2012
Elyse Glickman
Rays of light In a pleasant reversal of Oscar season giving, invited guests who came to check out the latest trends donated new or slightly worn clothing to boost the self-esteem of deserving children and teens throughout Los Angeles county. mark for My Articles 39 similar articles
Fast Company
April 2012
Rachel Z. Arndt
Lance Armstrong's Livestrong Lives On In Spite of Doping Allegations Federal prosecutors announced in early February they had closed the investigation into Armstrong's possible drug use. This news relieves the organization of the burden of what Livestrong chief of staff Morgan Binswanger called a "time-sucking" investigation. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
AFP eWire
March 13, 2010
Adrienne D. Capps
Preparing Your Boss and Volunteers for Success in Fundraising One easy way to make a staff or volunteer leader more comfortable, no matter what type of personality you may be managing, is better preparing them for success in fundraising-related communications. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
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