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The Giving Carnival Has Landed

October 19, 2007

The October Giving Carnival is now online. Arlene Spencer, author of the Seeking Grant Money Today blog, hosted this month's carnival, the topic of which was, Are relationships "everything" in philanthropy?

(Don't know what a Giving Carnival is? This post explains it.)

The carnival generated thirteen responses, including posts from Phil Cubeta (author of the GiftHub blog), Gayle Roberts, (author of the Fundraising for Nonprofits blog), Holden Karnofsky (co-author of the GiveWell blog), Jeff Brooks (author of the Donor Power blog), Trista Harris (a program officer at the Saint Paul Foundation and author of the New Voices of Philanthropy blog), Andrea Learned (author of the Learned on Women blog), Carrie Rothburd (a principal at Grant Central Station), and Richard Marker (author of the Wise Philanthropy blog). Congrats to all on a job well done.

The nonprofit blog community is still looking for a host for the November Giving Carnival. If you're interested, contact Arlene.

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