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Beer and philanthropy

by Noelle Garnier
Posted 2/04/13, 04:00 pm

In a historic Portland residential district, a large green sign pinned to a red-brick store front announces the Oregon Public House: “Have a Pint: Change the World.”

Beer and philanthropy don’t usually go together, but the Oregon Public House, due to open in February, is the latest in a new kind of charitable enterprise some are calling “philanthropubs.”

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With #GivingTuesday nonprofits hope to start an annual tradition of giving

by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 11/27/12, 10:49 am

After “eat-’til-you-drop” Thursday (also known as Thanksgiving), “shop-’til-you-drop” Friday, and “shop-’til-you-get-carpal-tunnel-syndrome” Monday, charities are trying to make today “Giving” Tuesday, where more than 2,000 nonprofit organizations, religious groups, and corporations are encouraging people to give to their causes.

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Clinical repression

Charity | Will Washington harm community-based charity, again?
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 9/07/12, 01:00 am

Sip Mouden, CEO of Community Health Centers of Arkansas, says FQHCs are the best kept secret that shouldn't be a secret.

When WORLD intern Kira Clark asked 37 charitably minded Americans what they thought about FQHCs, she found that not one had heard of them.

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