Help a Child Beat Cancer & See Her 1st Birthday 09/28/2016

“10-month-old Nastia Leakhovich of Ukraine was diagnosed with cancer 5 months ago. In an effort to save her life, her parents brought her to Israel for medical treatment. The doctors believe they can save…

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Featured Cause: Yad Vashem 04/12/2010

“For whoever listens to a witness becomes a witness” Excerpt from a speech given by Elie Wiesel at Yad Vashem Today is Yom Ha’Shoah – the day of the remembrance for the 6,000,000 Jews…

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Featured Cause: United Against a Nuclear Iran 02/15/2010

UANI Mission: “The prospect of a nuclear-armed Iran should concern every American and be unacceptable to the community of nations. Since 1979 the Iranian regime, most recently under President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s leadership, has demonstrated…

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How Did You Give Your Last Donation? 01/26/2010

Leave your answer in the comments area for this post. We don’t want amounts given, just the way you gave. 1. By Credit Card Online 2. By Check Through The Mail 3. By Text…

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Another Take on Efficiency 06/24/2009

Maybe it’s time to take another look at efficiency as a measure of worth, especially in the non-profit sector. There are other factors involved, and they need to be considered when making a donation.…

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Secular vs. Religious 06/10/2009

Thanks to the New York Times for the above graphic. Clear, concise and to-the-point. Charitable contributions drop drastically in 2008 while donations to religious organizations defy the trend and actually rise. What’s the message…

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