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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 secretive group of liberal mega-funders is profiled by Vox.
Why is it that millions of people will pour cold water on themselves but avoid contact with someone asking for a donation?
Foundations, working in a public-private partnership with the government, seed fund a housing development that will provide for 60 homeless vets.
In a blow for open access publishing, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will require its use by Gates-funded research.
Stanford University invests in an Arts District amid the technological prowess of Silicon Valley.
Teach for America has received a five-year, $5 million grant to help increase the number of TFA Corps members qualified to teach STEM classes.
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