Most Popular PhilanTopic Posts (November 2016)
December 05, 2016
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...and Hannukkah...and Kwanzaa...and the end of an especially eventful year. Before you get busy with your end-of-year tasks and holiday chores, take a few minutes to check out some of the PhilanTopic posts that other readers enjoyed and found useful in November....
- The Next Four Years: Keep Moving Forward (Kris Putnam-Walkerly)
- Good-Bye, 'Nonprofit(s)'; Hello, 'Philanthropy'(-ies) and 'Charity'(-ies) (George McCully)
- Weekend Link Roundup (November 12-13, 2016 (Mitch Nauffts)
- What Lies Ahead for the Egyptian Philanthropic Sector? (Nick Scott)
- [Review] 'In Defense of a Liberal Education' (Michael Weston-Murphy)
- Philanthropy Isn't the Answer to Bad Government (Elena Marks, Ann Stern)
- With Social and Emotional Learning, All Kids Have a Chance to Thrive (Jennifer Buffett)
- Valuing What We Can Measure or Measuring What We Value? (Michael Edwards)
What have you read/watched/heard lately that got your attention, made you think, or gave you a reason to feel hopeful? Feel free to share with our readers in the comments section below. Or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.