Tsunami donations help worldwide
- Ten Frequently Asked Questions About Private Foundations. Peebles, Laura // National Public Accountant;Jul2001, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p7
Answers several questions on private foundations and federal regulations that apply to charitable remainder trusts. Difference between a private foundation and a public charity; Publications which provide information on setting up a private foundation; Functions of private operating foundations.
- PHILANTHROPY. // San Diego Business Journal;4/26/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 17, p37
Reports developments related to philanthropy in the U.S. Delivery of high technology equipment to The Boys and Girls Club of Vista by the Beaumont Foundation of America; Pledge of the PacifiCare Foundation to donate money to Dream Foundation; Donation of Stanley Steemer Carpet Cleaner to the...
- Destroying Donations. Houlton, Sarah // Pharmaceutical Executive;Feb2006, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p24
The article discusses a report published by French charity Pharmaciens sans FrontiÃ¨res that states that 50% of the drugs supplied to Indonesia in the wake of the 2004 tsunami were inappropriate or expired. According to the report, the cost of destroying the drugs are already or almost expired...
- At Home, Sweet Charity. Schiering, Matt; Ebenkamp, Becky // Brandweek;2/7/2005, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p20
Comments on charitable giving in the U.S. Value of donations given U.S. residents to charities in 2003; Rank of the country in terms of global economic aid to other countries on a per capita basis; Views on the amount pledged by the U.S. government for the victims of the 2004 tsunami in Asia.
- IRA will provide tsunami relief. // Reading Today;Feb/Mar2005, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p26
Reports on the initiative of the International Reading Association to support the relief efforts for regions in South Asia affected by the tsunami disaster. Priorities of the cash donations to be accepted; Ways to donate cash to the effort.
- FASHION 4 CHARITY. // Dolly;Jun2005, Issue 416, p41
Presents information on charities supported by U.S. celebrities. Objective of the Lance Armstrong Foundation; Program initiated by Polo Ralph Lauren stores to help the National Breast Cancer Centre of Australia; Ways to help the U.S National Breast Cancer Foundation; Efforts of the Billabong...
- YOUR OPINIONS. Fox, Dominic; Millar, Robert; Fallan, Francis; Hammett, Jim; Pratten, Belinda; Chapman, Rosie; Ainsworth, David; Hashmi, Salid // Third Sector;10/25/2011, Issue 681, p14
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Growing Philanthropy in the UK" in the October 14, 2011 issue, the investigation of the allocation of funds of charity Atlantic Bridge in the October 18, 2011 issue, and the position of the British...
- The Needy. // America;10/31/1931, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p79
The author reflects on the necessity of providing for the poor during the rigors of the U.S. winter in 1931. It cites reports which indicate that the local agencies of relief are well organized. However, he points out that there are men and women who cannot be helped by any agency which...
- DO FREELY COMPETITIVE MARKETS MISALLOCATE CHARITY? A COMMENT ON TULLOCK'S ANALYSIS. Thompson, Earl A. // Public Choice;Spring1968, Vol. 4, p67
From the standpoint of Pareto optimality, Tullock's arguments concerning systematic misallocations of charitable contributions and information regarding the use of charitable contributions in a competitive equilibrium are restricted to the empirically rare case in which the recipients are fixed...