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Tactical Philanthropy's One-Post Challenge

November 01, 2007

In an effort to broaden the philanthropy blog conversation, Sean Stannard-Stockton has announced the first annual Tactical Philanthropy "One Post Challenge." During the month of November, anyone who wants to post an entry to Sean's Tactical Philanthropy blog can do so. Just e-mail him your post, with a short bio. According to Sean, "Every coherent, relevant post will be published." But there's more. The post that generates the greatest number of comments will earn the poster $250 and a satchel of new philanthropy-related titles. As many of you know, Sean is one of the more thoughtful (and prolific!) philanthropy bloggers, so let's show him our appreciation by contributing and/or commenting on posts this month.

-- Mitch Nauffts

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Posted by Sean Stannard-Stockton  |   November 02, 2007 at 10:16 AM

Thanks so much for highlighting the Challenge Mitch. I've got a couple entries I'll be posting today and I hope to get many more.

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