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The second year of the Council on Foundations’ Philanthropy-Joining Forces Impact Pledge begins with more than $106 million in new commitments and revealing lessons about collaboration from the foundations working to help America’s returning war veterans.
This is the second in a multi-part column by Simone Joyaux about linking autobiography to notions of philanthropy. Make sure you read the first part first.
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Many of the stories about the Clinton Foundation that have entranced critics of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign could have been nipped in the bud had the foundation anticipated the questions it probably should have.
In organizational development, we know that all kinds of things can affect organizational culture, including the field of work, your community, and your donors. These influences have produced a Gilded Age drama worthy of Masterpiece Theater in Newport, Rhode Island.
Isolation, distance, access, and inadequate resources are just some of the challenges facing military veterans in rural areas.
Foundations, corporations, and government agencies are joining together to support “Grand Challenges” with grant support, but questions persist as to whether this open source platform for finding and picking innovations is all it is cracked up to be.
Olive Cooke was receiving more than 180 charitable donation requests a month. Did pressure from overzealous fundraisers lead to her doom?
The findings of the Pew Research Center’s new study on religion in America also raise questions about levels of giving.
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