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Here are the top ten articles for the Charity Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Judge Glenda Hatchett
Judge Glenda Hatchett, best known through the nationally syndicated series, Judge Hatchett works tirelessly to help youth overcome obstacles.
2. No-Show Fundraisers
If non-profit organizations could host huge events with minimal expenses and a large profit, don’t you think they’d jump at the chance? It’s called a “no-show” fundraising event, and in today’s economy it should definitely be considered.
3. Volunteering Good for Your Health
Years of research have proven that volunteering increases emotional health, decreases stress and depression, and can actually help reduce aging. It seems volunteering is good for the giver too.
4. Abraham Lincoln a Charitable Man
Old "Honest Abe" was actually more than just honest. There were many qualities that made up this great leader, not the least of which was charity and generosity of spirit.
5. Creative and Thrifty Fundraising Ideas
You can successfully execute your fundraiser, at a lower cost.
6. Charity Fraud and On-Line Hoaxes – A Real Problem
When you donate to a charity, or forward an e-mail requesting charitable help, you want to be sure that it is legitimate. Read on for tips how to avoid charity fraud and scams.
7. Dying Boy Inspires Others to Feed the Hungry
An eleven-year old boy's dying wish was not to go on an amusement park vacation, but to help feed the hungry and poor. If Brenden Foster doesn’t inspire you to give back, who will?
8. Blind Side Movie Inspires Charity
The movie, “The Blind Side,” is a case study in how one family chose to turn a blind eye to those who simply could not understand their charitable nature.
9. November Fundraisers
Here is a list of the different fundraisers happening in the month of November.
10. Hand-Made Quilts Keep Sick Children Warm
“Quilts for Kids” is an organization with hundreds of volunteers across the country making and distributing hand-made quilts to sick children everywhere. This year, Downy Fabric Softener supports the project with its “Downy Touch of Comfort Program.”
Be sure to visit the Charity Archives for all the articles!
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