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  • Network for Good: Uses the web to help people get more involved in philanthropy. Features nonprofit resources, online donation forms, volunteer opportunities, and crisis relief news.
  • Associated Black Charities: Promotes the delivery of quality health and human services to New York's African American community.
  • Bright Star Foundation: Helps celebrities create awareness and raise money about their favorite charitable causes. Features online donations, events calendar, fan club challenge, volunteer opportunities, press releases, and photo gallery.
  • Canadian Centre for Philanthropy: National charitable organization dedicated to advancing the role and interests of the charitable sector for the benefit of Canadian communities.
  • Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation: Dedicated to serving children with cancer who are being or have been treated at Western Washington hospitals and their immediate and extended family members, survivors, health care professionals, and bereaved families.
  • Center for the Study of Philanthropy: Follows trends in international, multicultural and women's philanthropy, features electronic conference information, research tools, programs, and publications.
  • Charities Information Bureau: Supporting voluntary organisations and community groups in funding their work. in England, UK and elsewhere.
  • Charity Wire: Provides charity news, fundraising ideas, ten ways to help, directory of non-profit organizations, and a FAQ.
  • Charity Wire: Recent News: Charity and non-profit news updates.
  • Common Wealth: Nonprofits, Philanthropy and Civil Society: Project of The American Prospect magazine, documenting the issues facing nonprofit organizations after September 11, 2001, features news bulletins, articles, and research reports.
  • Donate Ad Space: A campaign to encourage webmasters to use some of their ad inventory to help support good causes. Includes a directory of organizations that welcome ad donations.
  • DonationRewards: Donate online to schools or local nonprofits, and received rewards from local merchants. Features profile of services, ways to get involved, searchable database of local organizations, and contact information.
  • Evergreen Charitable Trust: Exists to help build charitable endowments through life-insurance policies. Includes various plans, FAQs, glossery, example transactions, and contact information.
  • Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund: Offers two charitable giving programs - a donor-advised fund, and a Pooled Income Fund providing immediate tax benefits and the flexibility to support any IRS-qualified U.S. public charity.
  • Encourages and enables daily giving both online and in schools. Includes project background, list of participating charities, and description of active funds.
  • Philanthropic portal aids in finding charitable opportunities online. Provides information on research foundations and non-profits, volunteer projects, research on social issues, and resources.
  • Giving @ Home: Bulletin board connecting people in need with those who wish to help them. Features mission statement, requests for help and responses, prayer board, sponsors, ways to help, auctions, and a FAQ.
  • Have a Heart Children's Cancer Society: Financially supports children and families of children suffering from cancer. Event information, programs, and online donation form provided.
  • How Philanthropy Works: Article explaining the various ways in which you can support charitable organizations, how to make sure a charity is legitimate, how philanthropies work, and links to resources.
  • Institute for Philanthropy: Aims to promote philanthropy via research, debate, publications and by encouraging the philanthropic sector in Britain. Includes research and study opportunities, areas of activity, newsletter, and contact information.
  • International Society for Third-Sector Research (ISTR): Promotes research and education in the philanthropy, civil society and nonprofit sectors. Includes membership information, affinity groups, conferences, and publications.
  • Connects people with charities and causes. Provides a searchable nonprofit database, ways to give, donor info, inspiring stories and quotes, newsletter, and nonprofit resources.
  • More Than Money: An organization that helps wealthy people learn to use their resources to create a better world. Features a quarterly journal, membership information, events, discussions, coaching groups, and an online store.
  • National Center for Family Philanthropy: Encourages families and individuals to create and sustain philanthropic family foundations. Offers programs, publications, articles, `resource` links, a newsletter, calendar of events, and a FAQ.
  • National Charitable Gift Fund: A tax-exempt publicly supported community trust.
  • National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy: Committed to making organized philanthropy more responsive to socially, economically and politically disenfranchised people. Features publications, current projects, and membership information.
  • National Philanthropic Trust: Helps people create donor-advised funds to support charities, while maximizing tax deductions and eliminating paperwork. Features mission statement, guides, and philanthropic resources.
  • Pathlighters: Charity relief scheme that raises funds through membership to benefit other non-profit groups. FAQ and terms included.
  • Philanthropy Roundtable: Association of nonprofit professionals and private donors. Features organization profile, history, email newsletter, the magazine "Philanthropy", online store, and meetings information.
  • Precision Philanthropy: Helps match donors' international philanthropic goals with local projects and unmet needs. Provides guide to services, resources, and contact information.
  • The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University: An interdisciplinery academic center headquartered at Indiana University that seeks to increase the understanding of philanthropy and improve its practice through research, teaching, and public service.
  • The Charity Guide: A searchable database of local charities. Includes tips for donors, new listings submission, and contact information.
  • The Chronicle of Philanthropy: News source for charity leaders, fund raisers, grant makers, and others involved in philanthropic enterprises.
  • The Jewish Communal Fund: Provides donors the opportunity to simplify their charitable giving and maximize tax savings through the use of donor-advised funds.
  • The Philanthropic Initiative: Non-profit organization promotes growth of strategic philanthropy through research, educational programming, and consulting services. Provides profile of services, philanthropy articles, forum, email list, and events calendar.
  • The Ravetto Group: A consulting and out-sourcing firm specializing in grantmaking and fund-raising for the philanthropic and non-profit sectors. Includes services offered and contact information.
  • Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program: Helps individuals setup a donor-advised fund and choose which charities will benefit. Includes fee structure, program overview, benefits, giving options, brochures, and contact information.
  • onPhilanthropy: A global `resource` for non-profit and philanthropy professionals. It is free of charge and features several e-mail newsletters.

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