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Fighting to End Racial Inequity in Arts Funding

Angelique Power, President of the Field Foundation and her funding colleagues have been working together for two years in order to tackle one consistent problem: figuring out how to get more people of color into arts posts at local arts agencies around the city of Chicago.

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#Unselfie - Giving Tuesday

Tuesday, November 29- Mark your calendars  for Giving Tuesday  2016Following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday begins the charitable season. #GivingTuesday is a global day for giving to those less fortunate. 53 more words

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Sarasota's Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe kicks off Capital Campaign

The WBTT complex in 2013 prior to renovation.

The state of the building WBTT purchased in 2013 for $450,000 prior to the renovations. Today, it houses two performance spaces. 130 more words

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The Otherside of Giving Back

Giving back doesn’t always mean good things for a charity. The recent case involving the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) of Toronto underscores the responsibility charities have to their donors to achieve results and live up to gift agreements they sign. 418 more words

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Can't Wait? How to Help Now

Things are just about ready with the online donation mechanism.

Until it’s ready to launch – and if you can’t wait to assist research efforts to help say “No!” to hemangiosarcoma – snail mail gifts are always appropriate. 51 more words

14 Measurements Every Charity Should Track

There are many ways to define and measure success within the charitable, nonprofit sector. Below I have presented 14 measurements or key performance indicators (KPIs) every charity or nonprofit should track over time to ensure they are sustainable and demonstrating impact within their respective communities. 952 more words

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Donate a Photo, Donate to 4-H

A new app sponsored by Johnson and Johnson allows you to donate to your favorite cause (including 4-H) by sharing your favorite photos on social media. 94 more words