For philanthropy to reach its potential, bodies of knowledge need to "jump together."
The author asks if there really is a difference between religious organizations taking x percent of a donation for their church and a nonprofit taking money out for operating costs.
"We’ve got to stop using the word 'minorities' to describe the communities we serve. It doesn’t have any value. It never has."
Heed President Obama's call to service and take action.
The author breaks down how public funding of the arts should be put towards performance, exhibition, and education leaving the artists and their creative process to private patronage.
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"To survive the deepening financial crisis, nonprofits must work harder than ever to earn and keep the trust of their givers."
Internet tech tools are mobilizing collective action and revolutionizing ways to start a revolution.
"There's no question: with public trust in CEOs and corporations at rock-bottom and the change mantra out of Washington (and Davos) and this week’s TED2009 still freshly potent, cause-wired social entrepreneurs have never had a better opportunity to boost traction globally for their Web-powered ideas."
The author initiates a conversation about the new role of nonprofit organizations in the current social media and/or technology revolution and invites readers to continue the discussion.
The author asks whether field building need always be done in the same way.