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Abramoff: Well-Connected to the Well-Heeled of the Right

Written by: Rick Cohen

Date: November 30, 2004

Penn Ave. lobbyist’s strong ties to right initiatives is proof that the strongest ties aren’t the most visible The cross fertilization of two-stepping politicians and questionable philanthropy is a daily phenomenon, but it takes a little… Read More

The Uprising of 2003

Written by: Sarah Stranahan

Date: July 30, 2004

The Media Acronym Quiz (answers at end of article): What do NRA and NOW have in common? What do NRA and NPR have in common? What do NPR and NAB have in common? What do NAB… Read More

Recent FEC Rulemaking and the Future of Nonprofit Lobbying

Written by: Liz Baumgarten and Bob Smucker

Date: July 30, 2004

When we were asked recently to predict what might come next from the Federal Election Commission (FEC) in the way of action regarding nonprofit lobbying, our first thought was to try to beg off answering the… Read More

The Hawaiian Way Fund – Supporting 2,000 Years of Good Ideas

Date: July 30, 2004

Na Pualei o Likolehua is an award winning halau hula (school of hula) that engages authentic Hawaiian culture and knowledge. Since its inception in 1976, this halau maintains and perpetuates the ethics of hula and the… Read More

The Trouble with Rural: Philanthropic Giving to U.S. Rural Areas Disproportionately Low

Written by: Rick Cohen

Date: July 30, 2004

Some of the most productive and successful nonprofit community development corporations (CDCs) in the United States serve rural communities. Coastal Enterprises in Maine, Self Help Enterprises in California, the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development in… Read More

Focus on the…Election?: James Dobson makes a big step to connect religion and partisan politics

Written by: John Russell

Date: July 30, 2004

For nearly 40 years I have been watching a nonstop, withering attack from social and political liberals that is tearing families apart, undermining marriage, belittling Christian values and endangering our children. Most of what we as… Read More

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Responsive Philanthropy June 2021

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Black Funding Denied

Community foundation support for Black communities



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