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.
Right-wing agenda hurts minorities
By 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
Technology in fundraising
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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?