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The worst way to judge a charity
Los Angeles Times
Comparing administrative costs is the worst way to judge a charity. By Jack Shakely Donating to charity is a worthy action. But which charity?
Simons Foundation awards $60 million to UC Berkeley for computing ...
... health care and climate modeling, according to a campus press release. ... After 10 years, a renewal or an endowment gift will be considered
Charities May Soon Get a Way to Seek Bigger Text Gifts
Chronicle of Philanthropy
By Cody Switzer Donors who give through mobile text messages could soon have the options of giving a larger donation and setting up repeat text gifts,
Study: Corporate Philanthropy Is Falling Short
The NonProfit Times
For-profit companies have a deficit when dealing with nonprofits, even though the firms have the ability to make a real difference in their communities.
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