Sunday, March 1, 2009

Carnival of Digital Philanthropy Volume 3

Welcome to the March 1st, 2009 edition of The Carnival of Digital Philanthropy.

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Andy presents Questions for Question Box posted at Doomsday Labs, saying, "I recently started volunteering for a remarkable nonprofit called Question Box, after following (and talking incessantly about) them for nearly a year. Their aim is to bring the web to poor, often illiterate people in remote areas. This is an interview with the project's founder, Rose Shuman."

Catherine Eagleson presents Let Crosswords for Fun Put the ?Fun? Into Your Fundraising! posted at Crosswords For Fun, saying, "Puzzles are a great activity that provide mental stimulation and fun for all ages. If your school, club or group is wanting to raise much needed money, you may want to consider running a Crosswords for Fun puzzle drive."

Mordechai Torczyner presents Rabbi's Benevolent Fund: '08-'09 Shareholders Annual Report posted at The Rebbetzin's Husband, saying, "I don't know that this is for you, exactly. It's an on-line report for a small synagogue-based philanthropic fund, and I hope it might serve as a model for other similar funds, as are run by many churches, mosques and synagogues."

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