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Paul Clolery

Offense Can Also Be Defense

Paul Clolery | Posted 07.20.2014 | Impact
Paul Clolery

Congress should shine a spotlight on the elected officials who vote to cut funding for programs that then must be picked up by a nonprofit sector that was pushed off balance and had its legs swept from under it.

Lance Armstrong Has Done More Good Than Bad For Nonprofit Sector

Paul Clolery | Posted 03.24.2013 | Impact
Paul Clolery

Lance Armstrong admitted that he might have cheated to win a few bicycle races. Meanwhile, the LIVESTRONG brand he created is being tarnished, the nam...

Eliminating Tax Breaks May 'Rip The Heart' Out Of Charitable Sector

Paul Clolery | Posted 02.27.2013 | Impact
Paul Clolery

As the debate and acrimony in Washington, D.C. continues regarding the absurd notion that the federal charitable deduction plays an important role in ...

Time To Step Up: Corporate Charity Accounted For Only 5% Of Giving In 2011

Paul Clolery | Posted 08.20.2012 | Impact
Paul Clolery

For all of the ribbons on products, the commercials about doing good and the banners of support at walks and special events, American corporations finished dead last in giving back.

When Government Competes With Aid Organizations In Relief Efforts

Paul Clolery | Posted 06.27.2012 | Impact
Paul Clolery

Sen. Daniel K. Inouye (D-Hawaii) has introduced S. 2202, the Preparedness and Resilience Foundation Act. The bottom line is that tax dollars apparently are not enough and the federal government wants to be able to fundraise outside the scope of its actual authority.

Komen's Controversy Should Be Blamed On Its President

Paul Clolery | Posted 04.14.2012 | Impact
Paul Clolery

Komen's controversy regarding the decision to pull money from Planned Parenthood was ill-advised, mistimed and strategically inept. The blame must be put at her doorstep as founder and chief executive officer.

New Charitable Blocking Dummy

Paul Clolery | Posted 01.15.2012 | Impact
Paul Clolery

United Way and Penn State were at the top of their games when egos got in the way. It has taken United Way a couple of decades to overcome one person's greed and lust. Let's see how long it takes Penn State.