The Golden Goulash: March 23, 2013
A short collection of the most interesting articles and features that found their way across my desk this week. I’ll be collecting these gems and posting them every Saturday. If you find any articles that rocked your world this week, let me know on my Contact Page and I’ll add them to the next Golden Goulash!
- U.K. Looks to Keep Olympic Flame of Volunteerism Lit (by Rick Cohen for Nonprofit Quarterly; March 19, 2013.)
- Red Nose Day Tops £75 Million—Helped by Miss Piggy (by Mike Keefe-Feldman for Nonprofit Quarterly; March 19, 2013.)
- N.C. Nonprofits Face Tax Law Uncertainty; Time to Speak Up? (by Jeanne Allen for Nonprofit Quarterly; March 19, 2013.)
- Small Grant Makers Lead Gains in Foundation Giving, Says Study (by Maria Di Mento for The Chronicle of Philanthropy; March 19, 2013.)
- Top Museums Hunt for Acquisitions at European Fine Art Fair (The Chronicle of Philanthropy; March 19, 2013.)
- Overcoming the Limits of Nonprofit Advocacy on Budget and Tax Issues (by Patrick Lester for Nonprofit Quarterly; March 19, 2013.)
- Some Nonprofit Leaders Ask: Is Philanthropy Killing Itself With Kindness? (by Caroline Preston for The Chronicle of Philanthropy; February 24, 2013.) (NOTE: Please see the “Events” section below for a live event related to this article.)
How Charities Stifle Employee Passion Online (by Allison Fine for The Chronicle of Philanthropy; March 7, 2013.)
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