February 28: Philanthropy News

Posted on February 28th, 2012 by

For the 21st Century, a Network of Beneficial Philanthropy and ...
Forbes

There is one avenue that holds promise for revitalizing corporate social ... what is needed is a mutually beneficial philanthropy where corporations work ...

University fundraising makes a big comeback
SW Iowa News

Always important, private fundraising is becoming an increasingly critical component of an arms race in US higher education. Colleges and universities turn ...

New global charitable fund-raiser for "everyone" launches out of ...
KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest

They're all a part of a new charitable fund-raising initiative called Everyone Gives that launched this week out of Seattle. Here's former UK Prime Minister ...

Unhappy Rutgers Trustees Face A 'Devil's Bargain'
NJ Spotlight

If Rutgers wants to annex the medical units it must surrender Camden. A "devil's bargain" is how Ira Roseman, a psychology professor, characterized the ...

$15 million gift from Helmsley Trust to fund research on digestive ...
The Rockefeller University Newswire

The Rockefeller University has received a $15 million gift from the Leona M. and Harry ... oriented studies centered in The Rockefeller University Hospital.

351-year-old will sparks bitter dispute in Mass.
Boston.com

With only eight days to live, a wealthy, ailing Massachusetts merchant wrote in his will 351 years ago that he was ...

Randall Children's Hospital in Portland undertakes delicate move ...
OregonLive.com

A delicate move into Randall Children's Hospital ... door to the new home of Randall Children's Hospital, a nine-story building ...

Hull House Collapse Is a Wake-Up Call for Boards and Executives
Chronicle of Philanthropy

The organization's collapse also provides a sobering lesson for nonprofit boards and chief executives. Hull House was started by Nobel laureate Jane Addams ...

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