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Be a STAR and help send a child "Over the Rainbow" this summer!

Did you know that businesses, clubs, organizations—or even individuals—can sponsor a child’s participation in NBYT programs? You can be a star and help a child’s personal and educational dreams come true! 357 more words

Connecticut

Are you creating a "Toxic Charity" or teaching a community to "fish and thrive" after you're gone?

My friend Jonathan has had an entire series of blogs (starting with this one) about this book (which we’ll be discussing on Sat., April 11 at 10am at… 237 more words

Church

Six Week Layoff; Philanthropy HR Craziness

Apologies for not posting these past six weeks.  Work has kept me quite occupied as we have been coordinating events, doing landscape analyses, and all sorts of other fun and exciting things.   538 more words

Innovation

Your Amazon.com Purchases Can Help SCP

Amazon.com has a program called Amazon Smile to donate a portion of your purchases online to charitable organizations and Senior Citizens of Patagonia is on the list of  organizations eligible to receive donations. 71 more words

The Innovative Power of Girl Scout Cookies

Everybody has a favorite girl scout cookie — Thin Mints, Samoas, or perhaps Tagalongs — but have you ever stopped to wonder how the Girl Scouts built their $700 million cookie empire? 479 more words

Brad Toft

Charitable Contributions

Americans are very generous, but remember – even if you itemize your tax return, you won’t be able to deduct your donations if you don’t have the right paperwork. 65 more words

Cozby & Company

6 of America's 10 Most Charitable Donors have Tech Backgrounds

Looking for more details on #howtechgives? As Mashable reports from The Chronicle of Philanthropy‘s 15th annual “Philanthropy 50” list, donors from the tech world accounted for nearly half of the $9.6 billion donated in 2014, and 6 of the 10 largest donors have a background in technology (click infographic to enlarge): 25 more words

Charitable Intent Planning