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Magazine articles on philanthropy and charities.
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HHMI Bulletin
May 2011
HHMI Announces $60 Million Competition for Colleges Challenging colleges and universities to think creatively about how they teach science, HHMI has invited 215 undergraduate-focused institutions across the country to apply for a total of $60 million in science education grants. mark for My Articles 431 similar articles
May 2011
Susan J. Ellis
Short Attention Spans versus Long-term Causes How can we reconcile the long-term demands of most causes with the "what's-new-today?" push of media attention? How do we continue to recruit the volunteers we need for the long haul? mark for My Articles 191 similar articles
AFP eWire
April 26, 2011
Messages That Motivate: The Tailored Approach Are you still using a one-size-fits-all approach to communicate with potential supporters, volunteers and donors? mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
April 21, 2011
Carmen Nobel
Searching for Better Practices in Social Investing In order to garner the capital necessary to foot the bill for social change, nonprofits need to think less about traditional grants and more in terms of innovation -- and so do the organizations that fund them. mark for My Articles 104 similar articles
Fast Company
May 1, 2011
Dan Macsai
Rock Stars Lend their Sound to the Voice Project and Ugandan Women A network of rock stars fuels the Voice Project and benefits the women of Uganda. mark for My Articles
AFP eWire
April 19, 2011
Michael J. Rosen
Five Common Myths About Planned Giving These myths can lead organizations to take no action or to take the wrong action where planned giving is concerned. Here are five common myths rebutted. mark for My Articles 572 similar articles
AFP eWire
April 12, 2011
Fundraisers Give Back at International Conference in Chicago Fundraisers lent a helping hand to the community at the 48th AFP International Conference on Fundraising in Chicago. mark for My Articles 300 similar articles
AFP eWire
April 12, 2011
Creating a Healthy Prospect Pipeline The prospect pipeline places cohorts of prospects at different stages of the development cycle and then measures their progress as they move from an unqualified lead to a donor. mark for My Articles 291 similar articles
AFP eWire
April 5, 2011
Member Motion/Accolades: Spring 2011 Kittie Callaghan Abell was named vice president of development for Randolph-Macon Academy... Ingrid Blanton has been named vice president of development at EARTH University and EARTH University Foundation... Tim Heimerle is now director of development for People For Puget Sound... etc. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
AFP eWire
April 5, 2011
What Psychology Can Teach Us About Major Donor Fundraising According to psychologists, no matter how good you are at making the ask, you will hear a quick "no" unless you address certain concerns. mark for My Articles 307 similar articles
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