Author: Ross Sanner

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What Makes a Nonprofit Successful?

Whether you plan on contributing to a nonprofit organization, or even starting one of your own, it is helpful to understand exactly what it is that makes a nonprofit really successful. Here are a...

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Philanthropy’s Revolution

Over the last decade or so, philanthropy has become a bit of a buzzword. Passing mentions of “philanthropy” elicit images of the ultra-wealthy writing big checks to even bigger foundations. But when you look...

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Revlon’s Mighty Donation

American cosmetics company Revlon has given a sizeable contribution to the UCLA Cancer Research Program, according to a press release from Market Watch. The $1 million donation, the first of several phases, is carrying...

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Remembering R. Randolph Richardson

He may not be a household name, but the loss of R. Randolph Richard last month definitely warrants a conversation about his unconventional approach to philanthropy. The Chronicle of Philanthropy has already taken on the...

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Matthieu Ricard on Altruism

Buddhist Monk Matthieu Ricard understands the potential for human nature swing in one of two directions: towards immense good, or unspeakable evil. Becuase of this nature, he urges all to foster an altruistic attitude...

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Protect Your Charity

On April 25, 2015 an earthquake rocked Nepal. It killed over 7,000 people and injured many more. When disasters  such as these strike, many often rush to help out in one way or another....