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For our corporate philanthropy readers: check out a great new blog!

For those of you who, like me, work in the realm of corporate philanthropy, or CSR more broadly, I want to point you to a terrific new resource.  One of FLiP’s founders, our friend Jessica Stannard-Friel, has started Reimagining CSR.  The blog focuses on innovations and trends in corporate social responsibility, with an emphasis on […]

Cheap & Easy: Five Ways to Fundraise on a Dime

Holly Lillis from Changing Our World’s Sarasota office brings to FLiP another great article that I’m sure we all can relate to these days– how to keep on fundraising without adding extra costs. Holly has been instrumental to FLiP in bringing a grassroots perspective on all things non-profit. She will be hosting the first-ever regional […]

FLiPs role in Web 2.0 by Elizabeth Miller

FLiP’s best friend, Elizabeth Miller, is fast becoming our most published author. At this point our editorial conversations go something like this. Will: Write whatever you want. Elizabeth: Okay, I’ll send it to you tomorrow. This time Elizabeth wanted to write about the philanthropic sector can better use social networking and web 2.0 technology. A […]

Young Founder Interview: Peter Deitz

I’m happy to present the latest in FLiP’s series of young founder interviews. Peter Deitz created Social Actions, an organization which helps individuals and organizations use social media to plan, implement, and support peer-to-peer social change campaigns so that grassroots solutions to local and global problems can flourish. Peter also writes a blog, About Micro-Philanthropy, to highlight the […]

Craigslist Boot Camp 2007

Prescott is becoming a full on on-site reporter. If you enjoy the following coverage of the Craigslist Bootcamp, make sure to check out his upcoming post about his experiences at the Clinton Global Initiative Conference. If you can’t wait for coverage of CGI, check out onPhilanthropy Pulisher Tom Watson’s live blogging over at our sister […]

Meet Mysterious M

[UPDATE: Mysterious M no longer blogs, thus, various links to her posts are no longer working.] The author of one of my favorite philanthropy blogs, Mysterious M, devotes her blog to describing her life inside a major independent private foundation. For fundraisers, her blog is a rare opportunity to see how the other half lives. […]

onPhilanthropy and FLiP to host NYU bloggers

Starting Monday, onPhilanthropy is adding to our family of bloggers! As part of a partnership with NYU (specifically the George H. Heyman, Jr. Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising), onPhilanthropy will begin featuring posts from many of NYU’s executives and philanthropy professors. The first of these posts will be from NYU’s fundraising legend, Naomi Levine. Ms. […]

Meet Trista Harris

It seems like once a week I find a new blog written by a Future Leader in Philanthropy. It’s always exciting to see what other FLiPs have to say about our sector. Today’s Meet-A-FLiP, Trista Harris, is the author of one of our favorite blogs, New Voices in Philanthropy. Her mission (very FLiP-like) is: “After […]

Carnival of Non-Profit Consultants!

Welcome! FLiP is this week’s host of the Carnival of Non-Profit Consultants!  This week’s theme was Young Professionals in Philanthropy, obviously a topic that many FLiP readers are interested in.  Bloggers posted pieces that ran the gamut from advice for young professionals working in the non-profit sector to tips to getting a post-graduate degree, or […]