Charitable Giving - an American tradition
By Joanne Fritz
How can you become an inspired giver? One who raises charitable children, and who leaves a legacy?
- Figuring Out the Philanthropic Puzzle
- Charitable Giving in a Connected World
- From Concerned Donor to Inspired Philanthropist
- The Life You Can Save - A Review
- Best Charities for Combating Global Poverty
- Best Websites for Philanthropists
- Three Ways Your Charitable Giving Could Go Bad
- Manage Donations to Charity With These Six Investment Strategies
- How Should Donors Evaluate a Charity?
- The Many Ways You Can Give to Charity
- A Donor's Guide to Global Emergencies
- Safe Giving Guide for Donors
- Tax Benefits of Donating to Charitable Causes
- Donating Your Car to Charity
- Gifts Without Guilt
- Mother's Day Gifts that Make a Difference
- The Art of Giving: Where the Soul Meets a Business Plan
- The Giving Pledge: Billionaires Get Creative
Volunteering for Charity
There is a revived spirit of volunteerism in the U.S., inspired by the new president and his call for service. Of course, volunteers have always been working hard, but now more people are feeling that it is time for them to get involved with problems that they care about.