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Most Popular PhilanTopic Posts (July)

July 31, 2010

As we did last last month, we thought we'd share the five most popular PhilanTopic posts over the last thirty days. Enjoy!

  1. Connecting Your Organization's Past, Present & Future (Thaler Pekar)
  2. Diversity vs. Philanthropic Freedom? (Brad Smith)
  3. Values as Visuals (Thaler Pekar)
  4. Off the Pitch: African Philanthropy Comes Into Its Own (Michael Seltzer)
  5. A 'Flip' Chat With…Nancy Lublin of Do Something (Regina Mahone)
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