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Faith-Based Aid Group Leaders Say Their Humanitarian Efforts Are Often Met With Suspicion
Nonprofit Brands in the Age of Supporter Shift (Part 3)
Marc Chardon and Hal Williams
So, now that we've covered the evolution of branding and what a brand is, let's take a look at the importance of having a living brand.
The Imperfect Storm: Nonprofits Need to Be Data-Driven (Series Post 5)
Marc Chardon and Hal Williams
The effective use of data is paramount in nonprofit operations and in the way they tell their story to you, the supporter. Have you heard a good story lately? Chances are, it had good data backing it up.
The Business 9 Women Kept A Secret For Three Decades
The Great Charitable Myth
Heather Higgins is President & CEO of Independent Women's Voice.
Soup kitchens over art and music programs? Social justice over inner city education? Homeless shelters over medical research? ACORN over the environment? With the thousands of charitable organizations in existence, do we really want these decisions politicized and manipulated?
Running On Fumes: Nonprofits Make Cuts As Gas Prices Climb
Hazon Yeshaya: Providing for the Poor of Israel
Founder and Director of Hazon Yeshaya
I am a retired businessman who volunteers all his time and efforts to better the lives of our needy brothers and sisters in Israel.
Robin Hood Foundation Embraces the Web to Feed NYC's Hungry
Independent Global Reporting
Over the past two months, a skunkworks team of young internet influencers has met, brainstormed, emailed and twittered -- all in the pursuit of feeding more than 100,000 of the city's hungry.
No Way Out: I'm Trapped in Gaza
Director of Donor Development at ANERA
I am being told that it will be "unlikely" for me to make my way out of Gaza due to the ongoing Israeli-Egyptian siege that has closed borders on every front. Gaza is the largest open air prison in the world.
Some believe that HIV/AIDS statistics are much higher and possibly at pandemic levels in eastern DRC, due to the ongoing conflict between the army and the rebels.
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Beacons of Hope Glimmer in Dark Financial Times
Editor-at-large, Town & Country
Just as our billionaires still go on their boats, so also, in New York, often criticized by outsiders for its shallowness and greed, authentic gestures of friendship and generosity endure.
Help Me Write a Book
The notion that capitalism, which is all about self-interest, can be amended somehow to be more about helping others -- and still be capitalist -- strikes many as hopelessly Pollyannaish and bizarre.
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