Around the Web — items our blog readers might find of interest

30 Apr

Welcome to the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy’s bi-weekly blog post providing links to online resources that may be of interest to our readers — new tools, thought pieces, reports, and other items.

Spring_2012_Allendale_10A New York Times piece describes the challenges of making sure your contributions are put to good use.

The Nonprofit Quarterly featured an infographic created by SumAll.com that shows the best times to post on social networks.

In a guest editorial in the New York Observer, Michael Bloomberg talks about making philanthropy a lifelong habit — you can’t take it with you.

In MIBiz Rob Collier and Diana Sieger discuss issues surrounding a movement at the federal level to reform current tax policies and the impact on charitable deductions.

impact of those reforms could affect charitable deductions and the ways individuals donate to the nonprofit sector. – See more at: http://mibiz.com/news/nonprofit-business/item/21476-nonprofits-urge-caution-in-changes-to-federal-tax-laws#sthash.Dk5IqX0w.dpuf
impact of those reforms could affect charitable deductions and the ways individuals donate to the nonprofit sector – See more at: http://mibiz.com/news/nonprofit-business/item/21476-nonprofits-urge-caution-in-changes-to-federal-tax-laws#sthash.Dk5IqX0w.dpuf
impact of those reforms could affect charitable deductions and the ways individuals donate to the nonprofit sector – See more at: http://mibiz.com/news/nonprofit-business/item/21476-nonprofits-urge-caution-in-changes-to-federal-tax-laws#sthash.Dk5IqX0w.dpuf

An article in the Urban Innovation Exchange describes how Failure:Lab’s storytelling events can help local communities foster success.

 

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