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PhilanTopic Wants You!

November 07, 2007


Dear friends:

It's been two months since we launched our little blog, and things are go swimmingly: Traffic is up, the hot/hat tips are streaming in, and plans are being made to kick things up a notch.

The only thing missing is you. That's right. We really want to broaden and deepen the conversation about philanthropy we've begun here, and to do that we need you. And you. And you.

We're not looking for much: A post every other week (to become a contributor) or on occasion (to become a guest contributor). And here's the beauty part: Because we're a broad-minded group, interested in pretty much anything having to do with philanthropy (in all its guises and permutations), the playing field is wide open. Believe me, once you get started, you won't want to stop.

To learn more, drop me a line at mfn@foundationcenter.org. And let the games begin!

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