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Eight Myths of U.S. Philanthropy

Eight Myths of U.S. Philanthropy

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy  |  September 30, 2019

By examining the eight common myths of philanthropy — including who gives, how they give, and to what end — we can better comprehend the breadth and diversity of giving....

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Commentary and Opinion

Charitable Gift or Bribe? Lori Loughlin's Legal Case Rests on Dubious Claim

Charitable Gift or Bribe? Lori Loughlin's Legal Case Rests on Dubious Claim

Doug White   |   September 18, 2019

White, an advisor to nonprofit organizations and philanthropists, examines actress Lori Loughlin's and her husband's claim that the payments they allegedly made to get their daughters into the University of Southern California weren't bribes but rather charitable gifts....

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Newsmakers

Mark Zuckerman, President, The Century Foundation
June 5, 2019

PND spoke with Zuckerman about changes in the way TCF approaches its work, the organization's efforts to advance a progressive policy agenda, and the meaning of the 2018 midterm elections....

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NPO Spotlight

Motown Museum

Motown Museum

October 1, 2019

Founded in 1985 by Esther Gordy Edwards, the eldest sister of Motown Records founder Berry Gordy, the Motown Museum aims to preserve, protect, and present the Motown story through authentic, inspirational, and educational experiences....

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Student Loan Debt in the Bay Area
September 27, 2019

A new mapping tool developed by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco allows users to explore disparities in student loan debt at the zip-code level....

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