January 4, 2012

January 4: Philanthropy News


10 Donors to Watch in 2012
Chronicle of Philanthropy
January 4, 2012

Donors call the shots in the nonprofit world, for better or for worse. Their money can have a huge impact on a charity’s work; sometimes they can influence an entire field or cause.

Biggest Gifts by Individuals Announced in 2011
Chronicle of Philanthropy
January 4, 2012

The hidden costs of million-dollar donations
Washington Post
January 4, 2012

... Koch brothers' connection to tea party activists to Soros's multimillion-dollar donations to Democratic groups opposing George W. Bush's reelection bid. ...

Life Gift Cards Launches Opportunities to Give Medical Procedures ...
January 4, 2012

Additional gift cards will be available for further medical services in the ... need for millions of Americans living with little or no health insurance or ...

Wikipedia's Nonprofit Parent Raises $20 Million from Donors
January 4, 2012

The nonprofit Wikimedia Foundation – which operates Wikipedia and related websites solely on donations – raked in a record-breaking $20 million during its ...

Hospital Merger Rejected
Wall Street Journal
January 4, 2012

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear rejected an ambitious three-way ... Hospitals, which are mostly nonprofit, typically are major community ...

Adding Milton Hospital, Beth Israel enters new era
The Boston Globe
January 4, 2012

Milton Hospital, a community hospital that operated independently for 108 years, is starting 2012 with a new name: Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton. ...

Carl Schramm steps down as head of Kauffman Foundation
Kansas City Star
January 4, 2012

Carl J. Schramm, chief executive of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, has resigned, leaving a vacancy at the top of a philanthropic foundation that is ...

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