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I believe that cause marketing programs erode the joy of giving, turn consumers into cynics, and contribute to the overall loss of faith and trust in the nonprofit sector.
Instead of the profit/nonprofit distinction, individuals should ask themselves: Who is the target beneficiary and what are the best products/services that can be provided?
We must not allow skin-deep, compliance-driven transparency to become an acceptable substitute for values-driven, culturally ingrained efforts.
The need for holistic approaches to poverty alleviation for young people in Africa.
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Three tips to make family giving easier.
With a much talked about leadership gap on the horizon, we need to support the developing group of new leaders.
The Shared Services business model has something to offer small nonprofits that need to maintain their independence and community linkages.
Does the nonprofit sector represens an untapped opportunity to leverage social media for social good among young people?
A look a the Global Health Corps program.