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Weekly News Recap: October 7, 2016
Vincent DuckworthJean Grand-Matire, Alberta Ballet, Calgary Opera, Bob McPhee, Swag, Charity Intelligence, Canada, Direct mail, Values, Beliefs, Priorities, Identity, Permissive Reformer, Cautious Skeptic, Free Enterprise Enthusiast, Donors, Planned giving, Planned gifts, Pentera, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Charitable Sector, United Kingdom, Calgary, Alberta, Energy sector, University of Alberta, Fundraising, CIFF, Calgary International Film Festival, Record-Setting, Edmonton Neon Sign Museum, Edmonton, STARS, Nobel Prize, Nobel Laureate, Peter Doherty, Australia, Philanthropy, Research, Architectural Cup, Architecture, CASA Centre, Addictions, drug addiction, Mental Health, Immigrants, Refugees, Population, The Hive, Social Network, Servant Leader, Vulnerability, Round Robin, Leadership, Management, Negotiation, Ignorance, Reading, Creativity, Creative life, Focus, Patience, Persistence, Presence, Curiosity, Ernest Hemingway, Daily Rituals: How Artists Work, Mason Curry, Intelligence, Goals, Progress, Nonprofits, Social Media, Edmonton Community Foundation, Vital Signs, Canada Revenue Agency, CRA, Board Chairs, Women's Philanthropy, women in philanthropy, Women Philanthropists, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, D'Arcy Levesque, Arts, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Lasting Legacy, World of Philanthropy, Bonnabel's Alumni Association, Bonnabel Bruins, Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers, transparency, Toronto, Centre for Addictions and Mental Health, Andrew Faas, The Faas Foundation, Mystic Seaport, Museum of America and the Sea, Mystic, Connecticut, Thompson Family, University of Illinois, Thomas Siebel, Suncor Energy, Suncor, Vancouver, British Columbia, Michelle Obama, White House, Burpee Foundation, The W. Atlee Burpee Company, Garden, North Battleford, North Battleford Hospital, Saskatchewan, Kentucky, Kentucky Wesleyan College, Dr. Willard Gillespie, Owensboro, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, TAMUK, The Caesar Kleberg Foundation for Wildlife Conservation, University of Montana, Ian Davidson, Nancy Davidson, Princeton, University of Southern California, Castlemont High School, Oakland, San Francisco Foundation, Western University, London, Ontario, Fairmont Foundation, Wellness Education Centre, Colorado School of Mines, Engineering, Geology, Hilja Herfurth, Gerry Herfurth, Greg Christenson, Nasseri School of Construction Science and Engineering, Nick Lees, Smithers, BC, Fritz Pfeiffer, Telkwa, CT Scanner, Kent State University, College of Applied Engineering Sustainability and Technology, FedEx, Flight program, Harvey Bookstein, Harriet Bookstein, California State University Northridge, CSUN, Northridge, Los Angeles, CaliforniaComment
Weekly News Recap: September 23, 2016
Vincent DuckworthRon Joyce, Tim Hortons, Steven Joyce, Joyce Family Foundation, Holland College, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, PEI, Philanthropy, Philanthropic Personalities, Warren Buffett, Billionaire, Airbnb, Alberta, NDP, Diversity, ACAD, Calgary, Lodgepole Centre, Indigenous Culture, So You Think You Can Dance, Tate McRae, So You Think You Can Dance: Next Generation, velodrome, cycling, Edmonton, University of Calgary, Education, Sales Deck, How To, Doctors Without Borders, Medecins Sans Frontieres, Case for Support, YouTube, Aaron Dorfman, Robert Morin, Donor relations, Donor Stewardship, University of New Hampshire, Philanthropic controversy, Indigenous, Bob Joseph, Dr. Wang Zhenyao, China, Charity Law, Success, Successful people, airplane mode, Data Visualization, Leadership, Employee Performance, Corporate culture, Employee engagement, Daily Routine, Weekly Routine, Social Media, Charities, Social Media Toolkit, Chamber of Voluntary Organizations, CCVO, University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio, University of Manitoba, Gail Asper, Michael Paterson, Tache Arts Project, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Game Changer, Manistee County, Manistee County Community Foundation, Manistee, Michigan, anonymous donations, Morman Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, USCCB, International Rescue Committee, IRC, Refugees, Humanitarian Aid, endowments, Bursaries, Bloomberg, Hopkins School of Public Health, Michael Bloomberg, John Hopkins, drug addiction, environmental threats, adolescent health, obesity, gun violence, America, Barb Lansink, Henry Lansink, CT Scanner, Hanover, Hanover HospitalComment