Nov. 16: Philanthropy News

Posted on November 28th, 2011 by

New Fund to Promote Innovation in Philanthropy

Chronicle of Philanthropy

November 16, 2011 

The Alliance for Global Good, a grant-making organization in Greensboro, NC, is starting a fund to promote innovation in philanthropy. ...

 

Donors expect to give the same or more

Philanthropy Journal

November 16, 2011 

American donors plan to give the same amount or more to charity this year, and they say charitable tax deductions do not affect their giving, a new study says.

 

Charity blitz starts with a click

Minneapolis Star Tribune

November 16, 2011 

Minnesota charities will begin working at midnight to cash in on Give to the Max Day, the biggest one-day fundraiser of the year. ...

 

Market-Based Man

Philanthropy Magazine

November 16, 2011 

Meet Charles G. Koch, winner of the 2011 William E. Simon Prize for Philanthropic Leadership.

 

Celebrating transformative philanthropy

Stanford University News

November 16, 2011 

It honors his lifetime of philanthropy, his lifelong devotion to Stanford and his passionate belief in the value of a liberal arts education. ...

 

Audit of charities encounters resistance

Toronto Star

November 16, 2011 

Nineteen of Canada's 100 largest charities do not release their full audited financial statements to the public and refused to provide them to an ...

 

Competition seeks healthcare ideas

Xinhua

November 16, 2011 

Social entrepreneurship, like philanthropy, is new to China. The global organization Ashoka, named after a benevolent Indian ruler in the 3rd century BC, ...

 

Tax Returns Offer Look at Mayor's Charity

Wall Street Journal

November 16, 2011 

While many philanthropic organizations are required by law to report the salaries of top executives, the mayor's charitable group is structured to keep that ...

 

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