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Announcement: November Giving Carnival

November 02, 2007

I've been away for much of the last week and just learned that the November Giving Carnival will be hosted by Maya Norton, author of The New Jew blog. (Hat tip to Sean at Tactical Philanthropy.)

This topic of this month's carnival is: What business practices should nonprofits adopt to maximize their resources? (Don't know what a Giving Carnival is? This post explains it.)

To participate, e-mail your response to mnorton@thenewjew.org and be sure to include:

  • your name
  • the name of your blog
  • the title of your article/post
  • a link

-- Mitch Nauffts

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Posted by Maya Norton  |   November 02, 2007 at 06:06 PM

Thanks for helping to spread the word, Mitch. I will be e-mailing everyone on the mailing list shortly and would love to see as many responses as possible, especially from those new to the Carnival and the blogosphere.

Be well.

Maya Norton

The New Jew: Blogging Jewish Philanthropy
www.TheNewJew.wordpress.com

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