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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Media Philanthropy 

On Philanthropy just release a new resource for philanthropy professionals, Media, a "near-daily compendium of video and audio content about nonprofits, philanthropy, and trends in our sector". To start with, you can find a Wall Street Journal interview with Warren Buffett, where the billion-donor explains what he looks for when contributing for a charity: basically charities without a "natural fund constituency" but primarily with "good people to do the job". Harvard University is out, the Nuclear Threat Initiative is in.

"Natural fund constituency" is the "deprived" criterium of 21st century philanthropy?

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