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the future of religious charities

Chronicle of Philanthropy hosted an online discussion last month on the future of religious charities. These 3 panelists fielded questions: William O’Keefe, the senior director of advocacy for Catholic Relief Services, in Baltimore, an organization that receives federal money to provide overseas development aid. Paul Lichterman, an associate professor of sociology and religion at the […]

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seminary scholarship funds

For those seeking funding help for theological graduate school and seminary education, here is a list of seminary scholarship funds that I have found (each may have specific qualifications): The Seminary Scholarship Fund Committee — Support Seminarians preparing for full-time Christian ministry amongst the Chinese in China and Asia/Pacific. Korean-American Scholarship, Global Mission Church, Scholarship […]

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Donors Increasingly Make Their Big Gifts Anonymously

Mirrored from Philanthropy Today:: Last October, the University of Cincinnati and Ohio State University announced $20-million gifts on the same day. Both gifts supported space research and both set up endowed chairs in space exploration — named for, of all people, President Thomas Jefferson. It stands to reason that the same individual, someone with an […]

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Asian American Philanthropy lagging its population growth

There is a growing need for funding to serve Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, not only by the largest U.S. foundations, but also by Asian Americans themselves. (With Asian Americans on the whole having the highest graduation rates in education and highest median household income, this suggests that Asian Americans do have a lot to […]

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philanthropic divides among Chinese Americans

From The New York Times, January 20th, 2007 — Class Divide in Chinese-Americans’ Charity :: These days, in an era of shrunken public dollars and booming philanthropy, as universities and museums showcase multimillion-dollar gifts by Chinese-Americans, Ms. Kee worries about a different kind of disconnect: a divide between the explosive growth of Chinese-American wealth and […]

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smaller foundations make big impact

Foundation trend: Less is more March 12, 2007 by Frank Sietzen for The Examiner WASHINGTON – In the nonprofit sector, size does matter. There are an estimated 60,000 small foundations in the United States, most with a handful of employees and all-volunteer boards. Yet they account for half of the money distributed each year by […]

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leadership and legacy for Asian Americans

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