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All politics is local, some famous politician once said, and a lot of philanthropy would be well served by understanding the importance of understanding and connecting to the culture and dynamics of the communities foundations serve. That is one of the messages of Alicia Philipp, the longtime president of The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, reminding national foundations—and all of us—“community foundations are as different as the local communities” they serve.
Google’s new mobile app aims to make fundraising easier for nonprofits by linking charities to potential donors.
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Few things are more loathed by the public than taxes, and our cultural models encourage us to view government as something to be resisted and our tax system as a ...
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The tragedy in Boston has inspired many people to lend a hand. NPQ takes a look at some of the action underway.
Despite talk of risk assumption by foundations, we don’t necessarily see compelling evidence.
Are Philanthropists overstepping their bounds and using their donations to steer policy rather than simply fund good ideas?
NPQ puts three of TIME’s top 100 on pedestals to show off their philanthropic chops.
Charity races may generate goodwill among the community and cultivate donors. But do these activities pay off in the long run?
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