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Christian group encourages young donors by highlighting the joy in charitable giving

by Carrie Jung Jun 19, 2019
Generous Giving is urging a move away from doctrine to appeal to a wider donor base.
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Delivery companies finding ways to help restaurants donate excess food

by Shalina Chatlani Feb 19, 2019
Nearly one-third of food prepared by restaurants and grocery stores winds up as waste, according to data cited by the Environmental Protection Agency. It can be awkward and costly for restaurants to coordinate transport of their surplus food to shelters…
Nearly one-third of food prepared by restaurants and grocery stores winds up as waste, according to the EPA.
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My Economy

A money coach for the wealthy

by Sean McHenry Jan 2, 2019
For Iris Brilliant, the first step is to ask clients to not get richer.
Iris Brilliant is a money coach based in Berkeley, California.
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The Trump Foundation is done. What happens next?

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 18, 2018
David Fahrenthold of the Washington Post explains where the charity's money came from and where it's headed.
The shutdown of President Donald Trump's family charity is the latest development in the ongoing dispute between the foundation and the state of New York.
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#GivingTuesday is here. Tax breaks or not, givers gonna give

by Meghan McCarty Carino Nov 27, 2018
New tax laws have changed how much of a tax break you might get for giving to charities and causes. Those changes are worrying some non-profits that need your end of the year gifts, especially to help provide human services.…

A new report finds more big donors are giving big money to big institutions, but ...

by Renata Sago Nov 20, 2018
What does this mean for the overall nonprofit sector, which is made up of small groups, too?
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What will the holidays look like in 2030?

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Kristin Schwab Dec 19, 2017
Will late holographic family members join us around the dinner table?
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When social causes meet product sales, you get the cause market

by Paulina Velasco and Sean McHenry Oct 20, 2017
Many companies have found that giving to these kinds of charities can ultimately boost their bottom line.
A display at Bloomingdale's in Hackensack, New Jersey, for the retailer's Ready, Set, Pink! event for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 2011.
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Charities want you to think about what happens next for disaster victims

by Annie Baxter Sep 25, 2017
Experts say charitable donations usually dry up about a month after a flood, fire or earthquake, but more help is needed. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Weather Economy

Where does your donation dollar really go?

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Sep 1, 2017
There's a journey between your pocket and the people in need — and a few pit stops along the way.
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