Monthly Archives: August 2010

Katrina, Five Years Later

Just hearing the name Katrina brings chills to my spine.  But that is changing.  Although it has been a long five years, progress has been made.  In fact this disaster brought people together to really reshape and rebuild New Orleans … Continue reading

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“Corporate Giving During Uneasy Times” Online Chat with Margaret A. McKenna, president of the Wal-Mart Foundation and Bob Corcoran, president of the GE Foundation This chat was geared towards those at non profits.  I would have to agree with most of what Margaret and Bob said based on my years of doing this work at Disney.  The two quotes below are responses to … Continue reading

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August 4 – 40 Wealthy Americans Make Big Pledge. Will this spread to other Countries?

  Warren Buffet and Bill Gates are leading the charge to encourage their financial peers to pledge to give away at least 50% of their worth.  They are truly leading by example.  Called the Giving Pledge, Buffet and Gates have … Continue reading

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