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Aug 19, 2009

Asheville woman gives time, money

Diane Mance volunteers, serves on at least nine boards and is a charter member of Women for Women, a women’s fund at the Community Foundation of Western North Carolina.

Aug 3, 2006

Right-wing agenda hurts minorities



Barbara GoodmonBy Barbara Goodmon

A dangerous movement is growing rapidly in our society, especially in African-American and minority communities.

The movement targets African-American and minority preachers and potential leaders who buy into the movement and then take it back to their communities and churches.

The financial backbone of the movement consists of the conservative, religious, right-wing organizations whose

Jul 25, 2006

Technology in fundraising



[Publisher's note: The Philanthropy Journal does not necessarily endorse the opinions, products or services offered or cited in this paid advertorial.]

Technology has the potential to improve every aspect of your operations. But where do you start? As a development professional, time is precious to you. How do you know where should you invest the majority of your resources — time and money alike? Where should you rely on technology the most?

Aug 1, 2005

N.C. Center for Nonprofits lends helping hand

Jane Kendall
Jane Kendall

By Todd Cohen

RALEIGH,

Jul 26, 2005

Thanks for PJ slide show



To the editor,

I cannot begin to express my gratitude for allowing a photo of our clients to appear on your website.

It put a huge smile on all our clients faces and a real buzz of excitement in the building.

The information provided through this site is

Jul 12, 2005

Photos of nonprofits are uplifting



To the editor,

I just wanted to say thank you very much for the Photo Contest photos.

It is uplifting and gives me great pride to see what everyday human beings can do to help each other.

Stephanie

Jul 12, 2005

Compliments for slide show on nonprofits



To the editor,

The slide show was excellent.

I hope you keep it as running feature.

I enjoy the publication and wish you well.

David Setzer, executive director, Blanche & Julian Robertson Family Foundation, Salisbury,

Jan 13, 2005

Enjoying the Journal



To the editor,

I have been reading and "enjoying" the Philanthropy Journal for some time.

I enjoy and appreciate it. It is exceptional and focused on the people who make not-for-profits work.

You capture the human spirit behind the hard work

Joe Tuckman, advocate for homeless veterans, East Orange, N.J.

Jan 5, 2005

Doing good



To the editor,

Your article reporting on Andrew Goldstein's Good Ol' Days Christmas program in Charlotte [“‘Jewish Santa’ stocking up”, Philanthropy Journal, 12.17.04] gave an inspiring portrait of leadership as well as a practical reminder of the creative power of kindness, generosity, cooperation and thrift.

Goldstein, the American Asset

Dec 28, 2004

Bad for business



To the editor,

Two items in the online issue of Philanthropy Journal were both related and somewhat confusing at the same time.

In a post-election environment, one in which the successful candidate for president, “W,” called for an amendment to the United States Constitution banning same-sex marriage, and subsequently on network television embraced civil unions, there would appear to be a consistent paradox.

The Target Corporation is caught in the same