Most Popular PhilanTopic Posts (June 2015)
July 01, 2015
Book reviews from two of our favorite contributors, a timely look at the future of community foundations from Silicon Valley Community Foundation president Emmett Carson, a thought-provoking post on the relationship between philanthropy and inequality by Foundation Center president Brad Smith, a cool infographic from CECP and the Conference Board, and great advice for nonprofits from Claire Axelrad and Bethany Lampland — all that and more helped make June the second-busiest month ever at PhilanTopic. Best of all, you've got a long holiday weekend to catch up on the good stuff you may have missed. Have a happy and safe Fourth!
- [Review] Curtains? The Future of the Arts in America (Daniel Matz)
- What Is Donor-Centered Moves Management? (Claire Axelrad)
- Philanthropy’s Difficult Dance With Inequality (Brad Smith)
- The Future of 'Community' for Community Foundations (Emmett D. Carson)
- [Review] 'The Chocolate Trust: Deception, Indenture and Secrets at the $12 Billion Milton Hershey School' (Mark Rosenman)
- Becoming a Profitable Nonprofit While Staying Mission-Focused (Bethany Lampland)
- [Infographic] CECP - Giving in Numbers 2015 (CECP, Conference Board)
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