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A Generous Actor Creates Over 370 Million for Charities (1.14)

I love coffee and I’ve got a Keurig coffee maker knock-off in my office.  The water goes into the side container, the small plastic coffee bucket is popped into the basket, the button is pushed, and . . . zap! … Continue reading

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What Has Your “Duty Free Shopping” Accomplished for Good? (1.9)

Have you ever gone through an airport and purchased something “Duty Free?”  Did you know that the man who developed that idea became a billionaire off your purchases?  His name is Chuck Feeney.  

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How “Charity Think” Affects Compensation of Non-Profit Workers (1.8)

Dan Pallotta, Founder and CEO of AIDS Ride, has stimulated me to consider the prevalent American Christian view of non-profit giving in the social sector.  The first

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