Philanthropy News Watch – August 30 – September 3, 2010
posted on: September 3, 2010
Below are some of this week’s interesting news, commentary and other postings from the world of philanthropy.
- Communications Assessment Made Easy
The Communications Network
- A Brief History of the Women’s Donor Activist Movement
Women Moving Millions
- Foundations: Fleas or Elephants?
By Pam David, Blue Avocado
- Charities and Watchdog Groups Clash Over Monitoring Systems
By Raymund Flandez, Chronicle of Philanthropy
- Mickey Mouse, the estate tax and me
By Abigail Disney, USA Today
- Economy Still Pounding Nonprofits
- Why Are Hispanics Underrepresented on Boards?
By Rick Cohen, The Nonprofit Quarterly
- Gates Foundation ties with Monsanto under fire from activists
By Maureen O’Hagan and Kristi Heim, Seattle Times
- What Issues are the Giving Pledge Donors Supporting?
Asian American Giving
- Faith-Based Organizations Protest Restrictions in Federal Legislation
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