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Tag Archives: New York Times
The everyday donor is emerging as philanthropy’s newest hero, according to an article recently published in The New York Times. Although attention toward smaller-size donations is often overshadowed by the coverage of million dollar gifts coming from the world’s wealthiest … Continue reading
Foundations such as the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the James Irvine Foundation have loosened the strings on some grants to arts organizations to help them weather a severe downturn in fundraising and income from ticket sales and the like, … Continue reading
A recent post on the Free the Nonprofits blog argues for the need of nonprofits to spend more of their budgets on advertising. According to the post, nonprofits are not surprisingly being squashed by big-spending, for-profit businesses with huge budgets … Continue reading
The trustees for the foundation of Leona Helmsley, who died in 2007 and famously bequeathed the majority of her $5.2 billion in a trust for charities that support dogs (and $12 million in trust for her own dog, an amount … Continue reading
By Katy Snyder JVA Consulting Communications/Resource Development Associate Articles on Arab philanthropy and nonprofits from as recent as 2006 focus on a handful of Arab nonprofit organizations being at the center of terror investigations and allegedly funneling money to extremist … Continue reading