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The Most Viewed 'PhilanTopic' Posts in April

April 30, 2010

Instead of a final Readings list on this, the last day of month, we thought we'd share with you the five most viewed PhilanTopic posts in April. Enjoy!

  1. Finance and Budgeting Tips for Young Nonprofit Workers (Regina Mahone)
  2. The War on the Poor (Michael Seltzer)
  3. P/PV President Nadya Shmavonian on Evaluative Learning (Mitch Nauffts)
  4. The Trouble With Values (Thaler Pekar)
  5. Foundations Need to Be More Transparent (Brad Smith)

Use the comments section to let us know what you've been reading and would recommend....

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