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Magazine articles on philanthropy and charities.
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Aug/Sep 2007
Radley Balko
Free at Last The 200th person wrongfully convicted of a crime has been exonerated with the help of the Innocence Project, an organization founded by attorneys Barry Sheck and Peter Neufeld at Yeshiva University's Cardozo School of Law in 1992. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
IDB America
August 2007
Paul Constance
A Biodiesel Odyssey To help raise awareness of the benefits of biofuels, the IDB sponsors the Greaseball Challenge -- a 4,500-mile car trip from Washington to Costa Rica fueled, in part, by kitchen grease. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
September 2007
Susan J. Ellis
Volunteering We See but Don't Recognize Not Owning a Car... Taking Care of Other People's Children... I Love a Parade... Why Does this Matter?... mark for My Articles 152 similar articles
September 2007
Down to Earth With...Seismologist Brian Tucker An interview with the seismologist about his nonprofit organization GeoHazards, which seeks to help reduce or prevent destruction from natural hazards in developing countries. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
September 2007
Joshua Hammer
Undaunted First Rory Stewart walked the breadth of Afghanistan. Then he took up a real challenge: restoring traditional architecture in Kabul. When Stewart is not overseeing his foundation, he is on the road wooing skeptics. mark for My Articles 108 similar articles
AFP eWire
August 27, 2007
Finding the Right Match: Nonprofit Board Speed Dating Speed dating isn't just for the romantically inclined anymore. Nonprofits can now use a similar service to find the right board members for their organizations. mark for My Articles 280 similar articles
AFP eWire
August 20, 2007
New Charitable Regulations Not High Priority for Finance Chair Senator Baucus indicated his support for extending the IRA Rollover provision, but was less enthusiastic about extending the provision to different types of groups and increasing the amount donors can give. mark for My Articles 272 similar articles
AFP eWire
August 20, 2007
Most Nonprofit Boards Not Diverse or Involved in Fundraising Just 29 percent of boards were described as "very active" in fundraising, while 35 percent were ranked as "not at all active." mark for My Articles 661 similar articles
AFP eWire
August 20, 2007
Google Earth Outreach Offered to Nonprofits Several charities have already employed Google Earth in their marketing and education efforts. mark for My Articles 1529 similar articles
This Old House
August 2007
Eboni Munn
Women Build Since its start in 1991, thousands of teams of women have built houses as part of Habitat for Humanity's Women Build program. The most recent projects, in Brooklyn's tough Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, are unique in that they are "green buildings." mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
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