January 11, 2012

January 11: Philanthropy News


Donor-Advised Funds 'Double' Bottom Line
Wall Street Journal
January 11, 2012

“More clients are interested in achieving a double-bottom line with their charitable dollars,” she said. Only a small number of donor-advised funds also ...

Another Facebook Co-Founder Gets Philanthropic
Chronicle of Philanthropy
January 11, 2012

Her cautious approach to philanthropy is in contrast to that of Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's most-famous co-founder. Mr. Zuckerberg's first publicized ...

Corporate philanthropy's role in the business world
Smart Business Network
January 11, 2012

Libby said she believes bringing personal values of philanthropy and incorporating them into the culture of a company, whether through financial donations ...

Alumnus withdraws $1 million gift to KSU
Akron Beacon Journal
January 11, 2012

A Kent State alumnus fined by the Securities and Exchange Commission for defrauding investors has withdrawn a $1 million gift to the ...

Brown U. Cites Colonial-Era Charter in Avoiding Property Taxes
Chronicle of Philanthropy
January 11, 2012

A nearly 250-year-old charter exempts Brown University from paying property tax even on its commercial holdings, in contrast with other nonprofit ...

City to charge non-profits for water
Gazette Chicago
January 11, 2012

By doubling water rates for Chicagoans over the next four years and charging non-profit organizations for water, the City says it will generate millions of ...

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