Monthly Archives: March 2010

Donors and Their New Adventures in Giving, part I

It seems like daily I’m running across blog posts, articles, and books that tell stories about ordinary people committing to give to charity in unusual ways. George Crankovic turned me on to the story of Toby Ord, the philosophy prof … Continue reading

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Philanthropy: more than dollars and often less than big dollars

As a Christian development guy, one of my regular regrets and deepest pains is that Christian nonprofits are so intimated by immediate concerns of institutional insolvency that they rarely take the time to seriously consider–and implement, on the courage of … Continue reading

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By the time your first 100 days as a development director start, it’s too late

I was pleased to see Pamela Grow addressing Your First 100 Days As Development Director–great topic and a well-done post, though I would likely lay out a somewhat different agenda. The main point I would make in regard to Pamela’s … Continue reading

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