I have been filling my in-box with interesting philanthropy articles that I want to cover on this blog. This glut of interesting philanthropy articles is moving me farther and farther away from my goal of having an empty in-box so I thought it was time to clean house. Here it goes:
The Columbus Dispatch has a great article about a new project of the Columbus Foundation that will bring individual donors and nonprofits together.
The New York Times criticized the influence of the Gates Foundation on malaria research. I think this article is interesting because most foundations are criticized for having too little impact on world issues.
Strategic Philanthropists in Australia are covered in Business Spectator.
OnPhilanthropy questions the ability of Gen X and Y to step up and take over the reins of the nonprofit sector.
Climate Change and Mission Related Investments are covered by SocialFunds.com
The Poor Give More to Charity can be found here.
When nonprofits and their funders break up with One Laptop per Child as the example is at the Financial Times.
Phew, I feel lighter already. Happy reading and let me know if you have had success cleaning our your email clutter.