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Oct. 21: Mass General, Healthcare Philanthropy, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and more

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Massachusetts General Hospital launched $1.5 billion fundraising campaign, its biggest ever and targest ever among health-care institutions in New England.


Sidney C. Mallory, who has raised over $700 million for organizations he represented, to received highest professional recognition for distinguished leadership from Association for Healthcare Philanthropy.


Hector Batista, CEO, The Way to Work, named executive director, Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC, first Hispanic executive director in its 106-year history.


Timothy V. Williams, chief financial officer, Blackbaud, announced intention to retire within the next year.


Jana Eggers, former CEO, Germany-based Spreadshirt, named senior vice president of product management and marketing, Blackbaud.


Coordinating work of different institutions involved in after-school activities — including schools, nonprofits and municipal agencies like parks and libraries — holds promise of making programs better and more accessible to urban children and teens who need them, new RAND Corporation report says.


The Nonprofit Challenge: Integrating Ethics into the Purpose and Promise of Our Nation’s Charities, by Doug White, published by Palgrave Macmillan.


The Raiser’s Edge, Blackbaud’s fundraising solution, received third User Satisfaction Award in 2010 Donor and Member Management Solution Software Survey conducted by Campbell Rinker.


Convio launched redesigned Nonprofit Live TV and made available best-practices guides and tip sheets on donor management, social media, fundraising, email marketing and website management.


Matilda R. Wilson Fund, Detroit, selected Neithercut Philanthropy Advisors to conduct a project in support of its grantmaking operations.


Nonprofits using Boundless Fundraising from Charity Dynamics raised over $50 million directly through the social-networking application in less than two years.


Opus Bank, Irvine, Calif., established Opus Community Foundation with cash contribution of roughly $4.3 million.

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