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Directory of Maine Grantmakers, 7th edition (2009) nm By Maine Philanthropy Center
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The Directory of Maine Grantmakers is the premiere guide to the Maine philanthropic community. Published in October 2009 by the Maine Philanthropy Center, the 7th edition contains up-to-date... More > information on more than 400 grantmaking foundations, including: those based in Maine, those identifying Maine as a geographic priority, or those with a history of prior support to Maine nonprofits. Whether you are a grantmaker, work on behalf of a nonprofit organization, or provide professional support to our growing philanthropic community, this directory will help you connect to valuable philanthropic resources. For more information about the Maine Philanthropy Center, please visit www.mainephilanthropy.org.< Less
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Philanthropy and Social Investing Blueprint 2012 By Lucy Bernholz
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The must-read annual industry forecast for philanthropy and social investing.
Philanthropy and Social Investing Blueprint 2011 By Lucy Bernholz
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Lucy Bernholz's industry forecast, "Philanthropy and Social Investing: Blueprint" series, is an "annual must-read." Blueprint 2010 was read, shared, and gifted by foundation... More > trustees, advisors and professionals, members of giving circles, charitable giving funds, philanthropic and financial advisors, and individual donors. Blueprint 2011 answers: • With all the hype, what really matters for philanthropy and social investing in the coming year? • What do I need to know to achieve my social goals in 2011? • What buzzwords may be more than just buzz? • Wildcard events, buzzwords, and a guide through the hype that hits every year< Less
Apex Consulting Philanthropy - Giving Back By Orthle Foxxe
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Havana Ball, North American Philanthropy in Culture Clash By Mark Plimsoll
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Mr. Plimsoll joins a North-American 'Christian' philanthropic caravan that converges upon San Diego to deliver used computers to Cuba. The two hundred 'Caravanistas' from North America each donated... More > computers, or paid around $1,000 to go to Cuba, to help end the trade embargo, sanctions, and accusations about Cuba's Human Rights violations. The leadership advertises their showdown with the Feds in the name of Civil Disobedience. Of course the Feds win, and take away all the computers. The 'Caravanistas' hear words of encouragement- to sit it out in a hunger strike until they get the computers back. This doesn't sit well with everyone, especially not with the outspoken Mark Plimsoll. In this first-person account of Mark Plimsoll's BILINGUAL participation on the tour, he adroitly describes the comedic confrontations with police, the FBI, professional protesters, star-crossed lovers, and U.S. Customs agents- and in Cuba, the sexual magnetism between people with money, and people without.< Less
Havana Ball, North American Philanthropy in Culture Clash By Mark Plimsoll
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Mr. Plimsoll joins a North-American 'Christian' philanthropic caravan that converges upon San Diego to deliver used computers to Cuba. The two hundred 'Caravanistas' from North America each donated... More > computers, or paid around $1,000 to go to Cuba, to help end the trade embargo, sanctions, and accusations about Cuba's Human Rights violations. The leadership advertises their showdown with the Feds in the name of Civil Disobedience. Of course the Feds win, and take away all the computers. The 'Caravanistas' hear words of encouragement- to sit it out in a hunger strike until they get the computers back. This doesn't sit well with everyone, especially not with the outspoken Mark Plimsoll. In this first-person account of Mark Plimsoll's BILINGUAL participation on the tour, he adroitly describes the comedic confrontations with police, the FBI, professional protesters, star-crossed lovers, and U.S. Customs agents- and in Cuba, the sexual magnetism between people with money, and people without.< Less
Nonprofit Hospitals in America: Lives, Jobs and Philanthropy By Dr. Susan Raymond
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Changing Our World, Inc. and onPhilanthropy announce the release of Nonprofit Hospitals in America: Lives, Jobs and Philanthropy. This study combines an in-depth examination of the trends in and... More > economic impact of America’s nonprofit hospital industry with data on the fundamental role of philanthropy in sustaining its vitality. Written and researched by Dr. Susan Raymond, the report addresses contemporary and emergent issues in the nonprofit hospital industry. Topics include the challenges of competing with privatized institutions, the mounting costs of uncompensated healthcare, the direct and indirect output and labor multipliers of hospitals on the community and economy, the shortcomings of current philanthropic efforts to meet the growing costs of technology and advancement in healthcare, and more.< Less
Creating Systems of Justice: Philanthropy at the Highest Level By Veredigno Atienza
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This book is a must-read for all concerned citizens of the planet who can contribute something --- be it time, talent, nonfinancial resources, financial resources ---- to lighten the burdens of this... More > time and age. Starting with the Philippine situation and taking a transdisciplinary approach, this book explores the nuances of a strategic link-up between the limited few with wherewithal and the many ordinary people worldwide with limited wherewithal but with unutilized potential. Using one comprehensive framework involving positive composite institutions, this book is a contribution to the work of creating systems of justice, people empowerment, poverty alleviation, grassroots development, saving hijacked democracies, boosting general economic demand, and promoting a more positive world order, while bringing philanthropy to a more efficient, more effective, and more potent level.< Less
JOEL IV Life Goes On By Ted Louis
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Continuing the story where JOEL III Back to Normal left off, the Johnson clan looks forward to living a normal life. While vacationing in Florida, fire destroys their home forcing them to live in... More > temporary quarters while a new and larger home is being built. Crane’s business ventures continue to flourish as well as the foundation to help youngsters in foster care get adopted. Crane’s philanthropy affects many people that come in contact with the family. Joel’s relationship with a classmate intensifies, while Crane’s love life is thwarted at every turn despite his best efforts. Hildy, their live-in housekeeper/cook/nanny and surrogate grandmother to the boys, continues to be the glue that holds the family together. As in the earlier adventures of the boys, other children in need are helped by their association with the family. One of these is Ricky, the son of their part-time housekeeper, Marie. Ricky’s left leg is missing below the knee, but his peg-leg doesn’t slow him down.< Less