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GIVING 2.0:
Transform Your
Giving and Your World
Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen

Go-Getters and Givers

Giving 2.0: Transform Your Giving and Our World by Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen
Reviewed By Sally Osberg | Winter 2012

Articles

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  • Chris Hughes, Facebook’s cofounder, has created a social media platform called Jumo designed specifically for nonprofits.

    By Suzie Boss
  • Why Kiva chose to be a 501(c)(3), what this tax status buys the organization, and how being a nonprofit poses challenges.

    By Bethany Coates & Garth Saloner | 13
  • Voluntary carbon offsets allow people to invest in projects that allegedly counteract their greenhouse gas emissions. But can voluntary offsets help slow global warming? Or are offsets a way for consumers to buy their way out of bad feelings?

    By Matthew J. Kotchen | 6

Blog Posts

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Podcasts

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  • Jennifer Lynn Aaker on social responsibility in daily life Jennifer Lynn Aaker discusses a repeatable method that we can follow to get people to take action, but perhaps even more important, to influence people to get others to take action as well.

    Featuring Jennifer Lynn Aaker

Webinars

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  • #GivingTuesday is a celebratory kick-off day to the giving season. In its inaugural year last year, on #GivingTuesday online giving increased around 50% percent from the previous year. Donors gave millions to nonprofit organizations online and the day stoked a national conversation…

    Henry Timms, Aaron Sherinian, Mayur Patel, Andrea Heydlauff, & Perla Ni
  • Social media and the Internet have permanently disrupted the traditional donor-engagement process through online competitions, viral video campaigns, and mobile giving, to name a few. With each new way for organizations and donors to interact come increasingly complex entry points into the…

    Julie Dixon & Denise Keyes