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Category Archives: Philanthropy
The Seattle Globalist has published my profile of three Seattle organizations that don’t receive much media attention. Check it out!
Give Big, which is happening tomorrow, Wednesday, May 15, is a one-day, online giving event sponsored by the Seattle Foundation and its partners, to inspire people to give generously to nonprofit organizations in the Seattle area. Last year the fundraiser raised $8.8 million! … Continue reading
Bill Gates wants to help teachers get good and real feedback to improve their performance. Apparently the US is ranked 15th (tied with Iceland and Poland) in reading, 23rd in science and 31st in math. That’s not good enough for … Continue reading
Excited that my article on Haiti Babi has been published. Enjoy!
This article about altruism in today’s New York Times Magazine was so interesting, I just had to share it with you. Now I want to meet this researcher, Adam Grant, who basically says that helping others has made him a successful person. … Continue reading
This morning, while working out at the gym, the “Today” show was on and I saw David Cassidy standing next to a bunch of his 70′s outfits (fringed and elaborately embroidered and apparently made by one of Elvis Presley’s designers). Of … Continue reading
After a long hiatus from my blog, I have managed to squeeze in a precious few moments to write. My new job and family have kept me so busy that any “free” time I have is spent on “catching up”. … Continue reading
I was recently asked to be part of a grants committee for the Women’s Funding Alliance (WFA). This foundation invests in Puget Sound area nonprofits which focus on health, justice, and opportunity for women in Washington State. So, in the midst … Continue reading
Here is a neat opportunity for Puget Sound-area teens to get involved in a unique fundraising and philanthropy endeavor: The Mother House Fund, a donor-advised fund at The Seattle Foundation, has implemented the Seeds of Compassion Youth Grant Program, which is an effort … Continue reading
If you took a peek one afternoon in a Pinehurst K-8 School classroom in Seattle, you’d notice several 3rd or 4th graders in a group talking animatedly and gesturing towards several large pieces of flipchart paper with lists of organizations … Continue reading