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Haiti: Now is Not the Time to Scale Back

On the two year anniversary of the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, I feel it is important to reflect on the very significant progress that has been achieved in helping people recover from one of the world's worst natural disasters on record, and to address some of the criticism about the efforts of international aid agencies. Tom Arnold CEO of Concern Worldwide US and Concern Worldwide Huffington Post

Ireland second most charitable nation

CHARLIE TAYLOR Ireland has been ranked the most charitable country in Europe and the second most charitable nation in the world, according to a new survey.

Why Wealthy Women Give: to Influence the Young

By Holly Hall - The Chronicle of Philanthropy Wealthy women are far more likely than rich men to make charitable donations as a way to honor the legacy of someone they care about or to serve as an example to young people, according to new study released Monday by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Why Wealthy Women Give: to Influence the Young

By Holly Hall - The Chronicle of Philanthropy Wealthy women are far more likely than rich men to make charitable donations as a way to honor the legacy of someone they care about or to serve as an example to young people, according to new study released Monday by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

More people give to charity but average goes down - BBC News

More people are giving to charity but the average amount being donated has fallen, according to new figures.

How healthy is the arts sector?

New Arts Index launched to provide an annual health check on the arts measuring everything from financial investment to audience numbers - Posted by Mark Brown Monday 5 December 2011 17.04 GMT guardian.co.uk

Charting a Decade of Online Donations

The Chronicle of Philanthropy - Charting a Decade of Online Donations By Cody Switzer Only 4 percent of donors had given online in 2001. This year, about 65 percent have given to charity through the Internet.

The Cure for the Not-for-Profit Crisis

There is a crisis in the not-for-profit sector. Since the great recession began, donations to the largest charities in the U.S. have dropped by billions — down 11% in 2010 alone. By Paul Leinwand and Cesare Mainardi, Harvard Business Review.

Charity chief executives' average salary '18 per cent lower than in the private sector'

A higher proportion of voluntary organisations have had a pay freeze than commercial companies, but the average sector pay rise was greater, says Charity Rewards By David Ainsworth, Third Sector Online, 16 September 2011

Irish Times: Foreign banks step in to Irish arts scene as domestic funding shrinks

FOREIGN BANKS in Ireland are moving into the space occupied by Irish banks by sponsoring more art exhibitions as domestic institutions cut spending to cope with the financial crisis. SIMON CARSWELLIrish Times

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