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Who Will Watch the Charities? by DAVID CALLAHAN


By DAVID CALLAHAN

Philanthropies are dangerously opaque. That has to change.

Published: May 30, 2015 at 08:00PM

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Jonathan Offt

Apple CEO Tim Cook donates 50,000 Apple shares to charity

”In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) , Apple revealed that CEO Tim Cook has donated 50,000 Apple stock shares to charity this week,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac. 145 more words

News

Making it happen.

Here’s a woman who not only wants to make a difference in the world, but she’s making it happen. So inspired by her.❤

http://www.misfitmissionary.com/2015/02/5-american-habits-ive-changed-since.html#more

Inspiration

Random Acts of Kindness

I’m interested in creative ideas for hiding money in public places for people to find it.

Clinton Foundation Shocked To Learn That So Much Of Its Revenues Went To Charitable Recipients

(PNI.  De Queen, Arkansas.)

The Clinton Foundation, affectionately called “the Cloundation” by Clinton family and friends, revealed today that it was surprised to learn that as much as 15% of its prior year revenues may have been dispersed for the benefit of actual charitable beneficiaries.   220 more words

Satire

RV Volunteer: Interpretation & Visitor Services Volunteer

Date Added: 05/29/2015 Location: Fort Oglethorpe, GA Description:

In the fall of 1863, Union and Confederate forces locked in a struggle over the railroad town of Chattanooga, known as the "Gateway to the Deep South." Two armies totaling more than 130,000 soldiers clashed together in the woods and farmlands of north Georgia in September in the Battle of Chickamauga. 46 more words

Lorne Coyle

Park Caretaker

Date Added: 05/29/2015 Location: Fort Oglethorpe, GA Description:

In the fall of 1863, Union and Confederate forces locked in a struggle over the railroad town of Chattanooga, known as the "Gateway to the Deep South." Two armies totaling more than 130,000 soldiers clashed together in the woods and farmlands of north Georgia in September in the Battle of Chickamauga. 46 more words

Lorne Coyle