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More than 3/4 of American conservatives think that the poor "have it easy," according to a recent Pew Research Center poll. This should be "the source of profound distress for the nation’s #nonprofits, even if their missions deal with problems other than poverty," writes Mark Rosenman in his latest op-ed:
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Hurry- Today is the last day to save 20% on our upcoming Webinar, Numbers and Your Story: Use Data to Attract Donors.
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I have liver disease. I wish more people would put in a foundation to find a cure. Interferon is just temporary. And I contracted it from being kidnapped in ensenada ,Mexico. In July of 2000. 
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"In naming this initiative "My Brother’s Keeper," perhaps the White House is not just asking whether we can help boys and men of color but asking: Can we really care to help them? Can we come to see them as family, worthy of nurturing, respect, and regard?"
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In the first post of our Storytelling Summer series, expert Paul VanDeCarr shares tips on how to make complex issues accessible and interesting to your audience. What's your advice?
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"At its best, storytelling is an indispensable practice, because social change demands that we learn from and about each other; that we are inspired to action; and that we imagine better futures to work toward," writes Paul VanDeCarr.
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Learn how John and Leigh Middleton, part owners of the Philadelphia Phillies, are focusing their billions on solving tough social problems.
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While for some charities #Bitcoin remains shrouded in mystery, groups like The Water Project, which raised more than $30,000 in Bitcoins since January, say that the virtual currency will be a "game changer" for #nonprofits.
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In his latest post in our #storytelling summer series, Working Narratives' Paul VanDeCarr answers a reader's question about how #nonprofits can tell stories that both celebrate relatively small victories and at the same time connect the audience to big-picture social-change goals.
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A new report says that giving circles have become popular among women, minorities, and donors under 40.  The report also says that Americans of African, Asian, and Hispanic descent participate in giving circles at much higher rates than whites. More findings:
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What characteristics make a grant proposal grab a foundation's attention and move to the top of the pile? Grant makers tell us in this video.
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The New York attorney general’s office announced Monday that it had won a $25-million settlement in its investigation into fundraising abuses by a veterans charity and its direct-mail vendors, Quadriga Art and Convergence Direct Marketing.
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Phil Henderson, president of the Surdna Foundation, believes that philanthropy is “a business that takes a long time" and that foundations need to look more at long-term goals and less at immediate outcomes. What do you think?
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They don't also refer to it as "friendraising" for nothing. Anything worth having is worth nurturing.
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