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Magazine articles on philanthropy and charities.
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AFP eWire
July 23, 2010
AFP President & CEO To Retire in March 2011 During her time as president and CEO, Paulette Maehara has led the association through a number of major changes and initiatives. mark for My Articles 369 similar articles
Food Processing
July 21, 2010
John Gappa
Power Lunch: A Food Executive's Raw View of Haiti The Malt-O-Meal CFO returns from the devastated nation and asks for the unique help the food & beverage industry can provide. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
AFP eWire
July 20, 2010
Selling Cars and Selling Your Cause Many nonprofits today are still asking for donations as if they were selling a Model T, even as donors have grown far more discerning in the face of a barrage of appeals. mark for My Articles 744 similar articles
AFP eWire
July 20, 2010
Four Steps to Training Your Colleagues, Board and Supporters as Powerful Messengers Training your staff and supporters is a highly-effective, low- investment nonprofit marketing tactic, but one simply overlooked by most organizations. Here's how to do it. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
AFP eWire
July 13, 2010
Tackling the Problem of Asking Too Often Don't ask your donors to give more when they're not yet sure their previous donations have done any good. mark for My Articles 620 similar articles
AFP eWire
July 6, 2010
Three Ways to Define Your Target Audience When nonprofit marketing and fundraising programs fail, organizations too frequently blame the tactics. mark for My Articles 293 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 2, 2010
Selena Maranjian
Why Google, Ford, and More Go Above and Beyond Voluntary sacrifices can ultimately reap big benefits for businesses. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 2010
Supporting science The Wellcome Trust is one of the largest science funding bodies in the world. Sir Mark Walport, the trust's director, tells Phillip Broadwith how it spends its money mark for My Articles 211 similar articles
July 2010
Susan J. Ellis
The Correlation between Time Donors and Money Donors All research shows that people who volunteer tend to give more money to charity than people who do not. This often-quoted finding only tells part of the philanthropy story. mark for My Articles 716 similar articles
AFP eWire
June 29, 2010
Wise Giving? Most Donors Spend Little Time Researching Charities Only about one third of donors surveyed recently said that they did any research before donating to a charity, and those that did looked at overhead ratios above all else. mark for My Articles 781 similar articles
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