Crowdfunding websites help donors connect with specific causes and can break down the intimidation factor of philanthropy. Call it microgiving.
- She changed her life’s goals midstream
- Honoring those who travel far to help the sick
- Five Miami groups honored for their philanthropy
- Helping givers choose a charity
- Helping teachers one lesson at a time
- Leaving a legacy to an organization
- Helping Haiti’s neediest get a second chance
- From parties to patrons
- From the publisher: Stories inspire us to make a difference
As we get into the giving season, it is my pleasure to bring you the Miami Herald’s annual philanthropy section.
Nonprofits tap into fun, fitness and fashion to tap a younger audience to support their mission
A website lets you pick out a school, a teacher or a community to help fund the classroom project
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A priest started an organization devoted to abandoned and orphaned children in 1954 and it thrives today.
Meddy Awards recognize the heroes behind worldwide medical missions.
Coconut Grove resident Tina Cornely gave up a career in technology and museum administration to help the destitute.
The honorees work in the arts, education and medicine
Website researches non-profits and assigns them a star rating.
Two new high-profile legacy programs use very different ways of securing bequests from potential donors.
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