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Social giving uses the power of networks to amplify donations. Sharing on Facebook, Twitter, and the rest can encourage new donations. But what about location-based networks? Can donations go up using ad-hoc networks of people in the real world?
On Wednesday, a daylong event in New York launched the NetGain project, which will explore and spark action on the intersection between civil society and the future of the internet.
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A study by international bank BNP Paribas suggests individual philanthropy will grow 5% in 2015. But the small, narrow sample makes us pause.
In the Winter 2015 issue of Philanthropy magazine, pundit George Will writes that American philanthropy is in danger.
This may come across as more “Debbie Downer”-ing about the post-recession recovery in charitable giving, but, as in the larger economy, it is very likely that the fruits will go primarily to the top 3%—in this case, of nonprofits.
The library in Cambria can thank two sisters with big lives and coordinated bequests for their new building and lack of debt.
Thank-you letters should be a return gift, an extraordinary experience with emotional value. Here are some examples you can use as models.
History nerds beware: $300M rare artifacts collection may cause excessive salivation.
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Yesterday’s FCC ruling enshrines a stronger policy on net neutrality, founded on the declaration that broadband Internet service is a telecommunications service under Title II of the Communications Act.
The tech boom has the Bay Area riding high, and community-based nonprofits are advocating for additional appropriations from San Francisco’s budget surplus.
Mein Kampf is to be reissued in Germany. What does it mean? What do NPQ readers think?