Posts tagged Social Enterprise
Weekly News Recap: December 2, 2016
Vincent DuckworthKate Bahen, Charity Intelligence, Charity Intelligence Canada, Calgary Public Library, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, CBC Calgary Food Bank Drive, CBC Calgary, Calgary Food Bank, Edmonton, Planetarium, Queen Elizabeth II Planetarium, City of Edmonton, Telus World of Science Edmonton, Forbes, Impact & Philanthropy, JUST 100 list, JUST Capital, America, The Smithsonian, ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Philanthropy, Philanthropy Exhibition, National Museum of American History, Giving in America, Who Gives?, Why Do We Give?, What Do We Give?, How Do We Give?, Kamloops, Kamloops SPCA, Dog Apartments, Catios, British Columbia, BC, Fresh Start, Inn from the Cold, Children's Cottage, Capital Projects, Budget, Heritage Park, Calgary Herald, Alida Visbach, Great Plains Recreational Facility, affordable housing, South Calgary, HomeSpace Society, Calgary Homeless Foundation, Olympic Plaza, Brick Campaigns, Gordon Ritchie, University of Calgary, RBC Capital Markets, Libraries, Simon Fraser University, Lisa Freeman, Suzanne DiBianca, Salesforce, 1-1-1 Policy, Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg, Philanthropic Donations, Rights for Women, Supporting the grief-stricken, Alleviating Poverty, Creativity, Living Creatively, Cognitive Biases, Building Products, Design, Performance, Blogging, Blog, Tools, Charity Careers, Charitable Sector, Donald Trump, #GivingTuesday, Israel, Culture of Giving, Tech Industry, Philanthropists, Tech Entrepreneurs, Social Change, Ottawa, Ontario, Ottawa Art Gallery, John Ruddy, Trinity Development Group, Ottawa REDBLACKS, Art Now-L'art ici, Capital Campaign, Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute, Jeffrey A. Cole, Patricia O'Brien Cole, Jeffrey and Patricia Cole Building, Cole National, Joseph E. Cole, Pearle Vision, Sears Optical, Target Optical, EyeMed Managed Vision Care, Things Remembered Gift Store, Patagonia, Black Friday, Grassroots Environmental Organizations, Goodyear, Compton Hospice, Unite Union of Goodyear, United Kingdom, David Stein, Linda Stein, United Way of Northeast Florida, Annette Simmons, Trinity River Park Project, Harold Simmons, Dallas, Texas, Urban Parks, Florida State University, Al Dunlap, Judy Dunlap, Ocala, Florida, Doak Campbell Stadium, Champions Club, University of Denver, Laura Barton, Peter R. Barton, Barton Institute for Philanthropy and Social Enterprise, Social Enterprise, Philanthropy Institute, Richardson Complex, Buffalo Psychiatric Center, Architectural Center, Stan Lipsey, Judith Lipsey, Buffalo NewsComment
Weekly News Recap: July 8, 2016
Vincent DuckworthWelcome to Canada, Refugees, Canada, New York Times, John McCallum, Maclean's Magazine, Decidedly Jazz Danceworks, DJD, City of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Fort Edmonton Park, Edmonton, St. Albert, De Beers, Toronto, Calgary Tower, Amazing Race, Studio Bell, The National Music Centre, Lethbridge, University of Lethbridge, Kurt Schlachter, Dana Carvey, St. Louis, Missouri, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Illumination Gala, Stanley Milner Library, Edmonton Public Library, Fort McMurray, Fort McMurray Fire Aid concert, YMMfire, Mental Models, design, Design trends, Documentaries, Character traits, Seneca, Medium, Inspiration, Motivation, bad habits, Philanthropy, public funding, public institutions, Major Gifts, Adrian Sargeant, Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy, UK, United Kingdom, Fundraisers, Artists, Arts patronage, StatsCan, Immigration, CCVO, Charity, Research, Social Enterprise, LGBT, entrepreneurs, Startout, Nonprofit With Balls, Vu Le, Fast Company, UC Davis, California, Linda B. Katehi, controversy, youthgiving.org, Youth Philanthropy, EMBARQ, Air Canada, crowdsourcing, crowdfunding, Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship, Jerry Jendusa, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Augusta University Medical Center, Augusta, Georgia, The Equal Justice Initiative, human rights, America, Lavine Family, Crimson Lion Foundation, Montgomery, Alabama, Harvard, Harvard Law School, Berkman Center, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Michael R. Klein, Goshen College, Milo Albrecht, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, Morton, Indiana, Tilman Fertitta, Harris County, Roy Hofheinz, John Georges, Dathel Georges, United Way, Million Dollar Roundtable, Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, M, Melinda Gates, Kettering Cancer Center, Dayton, Ohio, Steve Rauch, YMCA, Milwaukee, Laurentian's School of Architecture, Robert McEwen, Goldcorp Inc., Miami Dolphins, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, NFLComment