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Charitable foundations aren't just for the über-rich

Dec 9, 2013
There are some 80,000 private charitable foundations operating in the U.S. today, and you don't have to be crazy rich to launch a one.
Posted In: Charitable giving, charitable deduction, philanthropy
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Giving to the arts, culture and humanities

Dec 8, 2013
In 2012, giving to organizations geared towards supporting the arts, culture, and humanities jumped 7 percent, totaling over $14 billion.
Posted In: philanthropy, Arts, museums
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Charities count on Thanksgiving dollars and volunteers

Nov 25, 2013
Donations of time and money during the holiday season can replenish the volunteer corps and the coffers of non-profits all year long.
Posted In: Thanksgiving, food banks, philanthropy
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In the wake of federal shutdown, philanthropists step up

Oct 9, 2013
Charitable donors have come forward with funds to support programs shuttered in the wake of the government showdown.
Posted In: philanthropy, head start, shutdown
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Facebook: The business of philanthropy

Aug 21, 2013
Four billion people in the world don't have access to the Internet -- now Facebook, and other tech giants want to change that.
Posted In: philanthropy, Facebook
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The worst charities: Get information before you make a donation

Jun 14, 2013
A new investigative report reveals that many popular charities Americans give to generously actually don't help the causes they claim to raise money for.
Posted In: Charity, giving, philanthropy
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The 5 philanthropists you should be watching

Feb 13, 2013
The Chronicle of Philanthropy's 50 most generous donors from 2012 list shows that there are more donors under 40 giving away more than ever before. Here are five you should pay attention to.
Posted In: philanthropy, giving
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No cash when the collection plate arrives? No problem

Jan 25, 2013
More churches are adopting devices that allow cashless worshipers to donate digitally.
Posted In: church, philanthropy, giving
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Geffen gives UCLA $100 million for scholarships

Dec 13, 2012
In an age of slashed state university budgets, UCLA Chancellor Gene Block calls Geffen's gift "visionary."
Posted In: philanthropy, geffen, ucla, Charitable giving
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Why do we have a charitable tax deduction, anyway?

Dec 10, 2012
The history of the tax deduction for charitable giving and why charities are worried it could change.
Posted In: Taxes, fiscal cliff, charitable deduction, philanthropy

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