Monthly Archives: December 2011

How Much Should You Give?

In researching this thread of how much people donate, I came across a couple of great articles.  One is a New York Times about how to decide how much to give (fixed percent or sliding scale? percent of income or … Continue reading

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How Much Do People Donate Charity?

In response to a great question, I did some research on how much people give. I didn’t immediately find any reliable percentages, but it looked like about 3% of income through the various articles I read. Does anyone have better … Continue reading

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Putting in Your 10% Worth….

I’ve spent part of the afternoon organizing my records on foundations that might fund JRP and it’s gotten me to thinking about why nonprofits struggle so much for money. JRP is lucky to have a great board who have already … Continue reading

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Finishing Up Lots of Projects….

before the end of the year. Recently met with staff from the Pasadena Senior Center (www.pasadenaseniorcenter.org) and IT volunteer Warry to finish up a project adjusting the Senior Center’s database. Thank, Warry, for your time and expertise!

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