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RUN for RET - 5K Run/Walk

Calling all runners!  A great course and a meaningful cause:

“Finally a run on Hilton Head Island that showcases its natural beauty! Runners will race through the… 168 more words

Island Events And Festivals

CatPrint Cares Featured Group for July 2015: Camp Good Days

As you may have already known, CatPrint runs a program called CatPrint Cares!

CatPrint Cares is CatPrint’s way of showing that we care! During the first year of its inception in 2014, all of our featured groups for the month were local animal rescue groups. 95 more words


What To Remember Before Donating To Charities

Today, charities and fundraisers use various methods to solicit and obtain donations—these include face-to-face contacts, social networking sites, email, and mobile phones among others. Scammers also use the same methodologies to defraud you and take advantage of your goodwill. 339 more words


Australian Government gives a £20 million boost to Charitable organizations

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Australian Cabinet Office has launched a £20 million Local Sustainability Fund to help around 250 voluntary organizations to secure their futures.
Parliamentary Secretary (Minister for Civil Society) Rob Wilson MP and the Cabinet Office launched an initiative that will provide grants to increase the sustainability of around 250 organizations working in the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector. 163 more words


Exempt Organizations Select Check

The IRS has a tool on their website that can help you look up charities and other nonprofits.

The Exempt Organizations Select Check can help you three different ways: 81 more words

Cozby & Company

Clients, Not Customers: Charity, Politics, And The CNIB

Author’s note: The following contains frank and potentially controversial material from several sources. To protect their privacy and the privacy of those they have worked with, no names are given. 1,765 more words


The social technographics profile


This week’s reading (Chapter 3) starts with a case study on AFOL’s. Charlene & Josh (2011) say that “AFOLs are adult fans of Lego”, they also say that “unlike children, AFOLs don’t age out of the target market. 616 more words