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- FUNdraising: Having Fun while Raising Funds. Hassay, Derek N.; Peloza, John // Advances in Consumer Research;2005, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p605
This section presents an extended abstract of the paper "Fundraising: Having Fun While Raising Funds," by Derek N. Hassay and John Peloza.
- Dangerous pity. Rieff, David // Prospect;Jul2005, Issue 112, p34
Looks into the issue of the millions of dollars in donations made by Live Aid to Ethiopia. Question posed on the sincerity of the donors' good intentions and the effects of these intentions; Estimated number of Ethiopians who died from famine; Views on Ethiopia's resettlement policy.
- Mergers haven't decreased companies' donations. Serwach, Joseph // Crain's Detroit Business;11/08/99, Vol. 15 Issue 45, p17
Focuses on developments related to philanthropy in and around Detroit, Michigan, current as of November 8, 1999. Includes impact of mergers on corporate donations in the city; Fund-raising program of the United Way Community Services.
- Your round-up of the latest fundraising campaigns. // Third Sector;4/9/2008, p7
This section offers news briefs in fundraising campaigns in Great Britain. Seafarers UK will run its Two Million Reasons campaign to raise Â£2 million for the support of the maritime community. the Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) Association will hold its awareness campaign from April...
- Code breaker. Jordan, Hannah // Third Sector;6/18/2008, p20
The article highlights the code of practice of the Institute of Fundraising governing legacy fundraising. According to the institute's code of practice, honesty, openness and fairness are important to legacy fundraising. The code also emphasizes the significance of transparency to organizing an...
- Cycle of success. // Cabinet Maker;10/8/2004, Issue 5409, p31
Reports on the amount raised by furniture company, Kronospan, for the British Heart Foundation. Activity used by the company to raise funds for the foundation.
- IN MY VIEW. Tyler, Debra Allcock // Third Sector;1/15/2013, Issue 736, p13
The author discusses the plight of street fundraisers who are treated rudely by some people. She agrees that fundraisers are doing their best to help and argues that people should not complain about being asked to share some money for charity as it could help them in one way or another. Also...
- How I Beg for Money. Cantor, Eddie; Shipp, Cameron // Saturday Evening Post;10/27/1951, Vol. 224 Issue 17, p32
Deals with the author's involvement in fund raising. Significance of being comical in persuading people to make charitable donations; Amount of money raised by the author for the St. Joan of Arc's Catholic Church in the U.S.; Reflections of the author on his philanthropy work.
- TIP: ECONOMY, BUREAUCRATIC FUNDRAISING GIVES RISE TO GIVING CIRCLES. // Nonprofit World Funding Alert;Jun2009, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p13
The article offers news briefs related to fund raising in the U.S. Correspondent Pam Fessler of the National Public Radio said that economic downturn moved groups to use their funds on a charitable cause and show an act of philanthropy. Gather and Give, Let's Eat (GAGLE) comprised of young...