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by Bradford Smith,Sylvia Shue,Jennifer Lisa Vest,Joseph Villarreal


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Philanthropy is often associated with wealthy people giving large amounts of money to charitable organizations and .

Philanthropy is often associated with wealthy people giving large amounts of money to charitable organizations and indirectly to people they don't personally know. Ethnic philanthropy is almost totally different: it consists primarily of people sharing modest wealth with other people, most of whom the givers know well. Too often communities of color are portrayed as takers rather than givers - this important study debunks that myth.

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Bradford Smith, Sylvia Shue, Jennifer Lisa Vest, and Joseph Villarreal, Philanthropy in Communities of Color (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1999). Janice Gow Pettey, Cultivating Diversity in Fundraising (San Francisco: Wiley & Sons, 2002). 51. Richard J. Bentley and Luana G. Nissan, The Roots of Giving and Serving (Indianapolis: Indiana University Center on Philanthropy, 1996).

Studies Social Work, Social Movements, and Protest. Giving: Western Ideas of Philanthropy Bradford Smith, Sylvia Shue, lennifer Lisa Vest, and losephVillarreal. Philanthropy in Communities of Color David H. Smith. Publication Date: 2002

Studies Social Work, Social Movements, and Protest. Publication Date: 2002. Publication Name: The Journal of American History. From Community Planning to Changing Communities: Fund raising and Fund Allocation for Human Services more. by Eleanor Brilliant. Publication Date: 2000. Publication Name: The Handbook of Community Practice.

After reading the book, one walks away with a greater understanding of the challenges surrounding faith-based motivators that make giving in both religious and secular spheres so important to philanthropy in America. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly). This fascinating collection should generate discussion of both philanthropy and religion and the strong ties that bind them. John R. Schneider Calvin College). Series: Philanthropic and Nonprofit Studies.

Bradford Smith, Sylvia Shue, Jennifer Lisa Vest and Joseph Villarreal. Sylvia Shue is a third-generation Chinese American with a Doctorate in Multicultural Education and she served, for this study, as the Asian Project Manager

Bradford Smith, Sylvia Shue, Jennifer Lisa Vest and Joseph Villarreal. Distribution: Global. Publication date: 03/22/1999. Sylvia Shue is a third-generation Chinese American with a Doctorate in Multicultural Education and she served, for this study, as the Asian Project Manager. Jennifer Lisa Vest is. Joseph Villarreal is Senior Administrative Analyst at the Alameda County Housing Authority.

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Philanthropy in Communities of Color Bradford Smith, Sylvia Shue, Jennifer Lisa Vest & Joseph Villarreal (1999). Lisa A. Dicke is Professor of public administration at the University of North Texas, USA. Part IX. The Blending and Blurring of the Sectors. 25. Third Party Government Dennis R. Young (1998). 26. The Future of the Nonprofit Sector: Its Entwining with Private Enterprise and Government Burton A. Weisbrod (1997). 27. From Welfare Bureaucracies to Welfare Hybrids David Billis (2010). Part X. The Nonprofit Sector Internationally: The Global Context. Subject Categories. Politics & International Relations.

Leverage Philanthropic Partners. Supporting organizations seeking to lead social change. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. In his newest book Decolonizing Wealth, he offers compelling alternatives to the dynamics of colonization in the philanthropic and social finance sectors, pointing out that diversity in philanthropy is inadequate and more resources are needed in communities of color.

A philanthropist is someone who engages in philanthropy; donating his or her time, money, and/or reputation to charitable causes. The term may apply to any volunteer or to anyone who makes a donation, but the label is most often applied to those who donate large sums of money or who make a major impact through their volunteering, such as a trustee who manages a philanthropic organization or one who establishes and funds a foundation.

Philanthropy is often associated with wealthy people giving large amounts of money to charitable organizations and indirectly to people they don’t personally know. Ethnic philanthropy is almost totally different: it consists primarily of people sharing modest wealth with other people, most of whom the givers know well. Too often communities of color are portrayed as takers rather than givers—this important study debunks that myth.


Philanthropy in Communities of Color (Philanthropic and Nonprofit Studies) download epub
Americas
Author: Bradford Smith,Sylvia Shue,Jennifer Lisa Vest,Joseph Villarreal
ISBN: 0253334934
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Indiana University Press; First Printing edition (March 22, 1999)
Pages: 184 pages