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Q&A with Jim Luce on Identifying Leaders for Leadership

New York, N.Y. Recently our editors sat down with Jim Luce to discuss how leaders for his leadership-driven organizations were identified. Q: From Orphans International Worldwide (OIWW), incorporated in 2001, to the J. Luce Foundation and its Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness launched eight years ago, to the newly formed New York Global Leaders Lions Club […]

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Ways to Show Gratitude on Four Military Appreciation Days This May

New York, N.Y. May is National Military Appreciation Month, making it a great time to show appreciation to active duty military members and veterans. There are over 2 million active duty members of the military and reserves, and according to the U.S. Census Bureau there are over 19 million veterans in the country. There are […]

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Virginia: Native American Group Matches Grant to Build Indian Village

Bluemont, Virginia. Community leaders Ken and Julia Falke came forward this week providing a local Native American Indian organization $7,500 as a match to state and local grants. This grant is for a new artist residency-/-preK-12 school-program called Art in Nature™ facilitated by the not-for-profit group Sanctuary on the Trail™, and involves a host of artists […]

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Tackitt Family Vineyards Event Raises Over $32,000 for EOD Warrior Foundation

Niceville, FL– Tackitt Family Vineyards, located in San Miguel, Calif. opened its doors to the public for a great cause and their fifth annual Warriors Helping Warriors event. This annual event offers participants the unique opportunity to learn about the winemaking and bottling process first hand, while enjoying live music, brick oven pizzas, wine tasting (of […]

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EOD Warrior Foundation: Memorial Weekend to Benefit Veterans

New York, N.Y. The EOD Warrior Foundation will hold its annual Memorial Weekend on May 6-7, 2016. The weekend will feature several events with all funds raised going to support the foundation’s mission of helping EOD warriors and their family members. The weekend events will include a golf tournament, auction, ceremony, and ball, where the […]

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One Veteran’s Tips on The Right Way to Serve Our Veterans

New York, N.Y.  The past 15 years are the longest period of sustained conflict in America’s history. Never before have we asked so few to do so much for so long. While the Departments of Defense (DoD) and Veterans Affairs (VA) do what they can to support our combat veterans, it simply isn’t reasonable to […]

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Four Great Fundraising Ideas to Raise Money for Your Chosen Cause

New York, N.Y. At some point in our lives, most of us will come to realise that there are people who are far worse off than ourselves, and that some incredibly worthwhile organisations need help with our funding. For those who have the time and the skills necessary, it is possible to take the necessary […]

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New Report Details How Small Foundations Create Change

Washington, D.C.  Foundations that operate with few or no staff are using a variety of strategies to make their grant dollars go further, according to Exponent Philanthropy’s 2016 Foundation Operations and Management Report. Exponent Philanthropy is the nation’s largest philanthropic member association, composed of nearly 2,200 individual and organizational members across the country. “Despite their […]

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