Philanthropy and Giving Are Not Just about Money

Ellis, Susan J.; Jackson, Rob
January 2013
E-Volunteerism: The Electronic Journal of the Volunteerism Commu;Jan2013, Vol. 13 Issue 2, Special section p1
The authors comments on development of the usages of the words "giving" and "philanthropy" and provide a written account of developments in adaptations and meanings. Both believe that both words are not just about money. They challenge the readers to make an in-depth analysis of the issue and try to encourage them to participate as they can and when they can. It references Rob Jackson's December 2012 blog "The Term Giving Has Become More Synonymous with Giving Nothing but Money."


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