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Such is a glimpse of what's in store for the University of Miami within the next four years now that it has launched its second major fundraising campaign ...
Hartford Hospital Creating Kidney And Urology Institute With $5 ...
A $5 million anonymous donation will allow Hartford Hospital to create a new urological and kidney ...
Thomsons donate $5-million to Toronto East General
Globe and Mail
The patient care centre, an eight-storey building for in- and outpatients, will become the hub of the hospital's activities. The Thomson donation is the ...
UCLA has received a $3 million gift from the estate of actor Peter Falk to provide student ...
Accord Reached on Mobile Giving Standards
The NonProfit Times
Standards of accountability for mobile giving might pave the way for an eventual merger between the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance and the Mobile Giving Foundation
An Experiment in Charitable Giving Incentives: Mich. Ends Tax Credit
The Nonprofit Quarterly
Michigan might be providing the nonprofit sector with a case study on what a change in the tax incentives for charitable giving actually does.
Berkeley Accidentally Sells Million-Dollar Sculpture for a Pittance
Chronicle of Higher Education
How does a university lose an artwork and then accidentally sell it? The astonishing saga is detailed in today's New York Times.
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