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How to Choose the Right Charity

How to Choose the Right Charity

With so many charity organizations whose mission is to help the less privileged people in society, it isn't easy to choose the right charity. The best to decide is to consider exploring all options before deciding on which charity to support.   This article discusses...

Social Media’s Impact on Philanthropy

Social Media’s Impact on Philanthropy

The way society is giving back to the nonprofit sector and taking action for the common good in this day and age has been completely transformed due to the emergence of philanthropic social media. Indeed, as social media is free and accessible to individuals coming...

Spotlight: Green Lodging Program

Spotlight: Green Lodging Program

Scientists and researchers use figures and percentages to provoke people's thoughts on the seriousness of the issue under investigation. The call for a green economy has been more urgent in the tourism industry because of its massive impact on the environment. Here...

Giving to Charity on a Budget

Giving to Charity on a Budget

In a time of need, many people look for ways to support those less fortunate than themselves. However, that can be difficult when everyone is cutting costs and watching their spending habits. Here are a few tricks to give as much as possible and incorporate some creative alternatives.

How to Avoid Charity Burnout

How to Avoid Charity Burnout

Due to heavy workloads and unrealistic deadlines, charity work can be very exhausting. When working for nonprofit organizations, days off can feel insufficient considering the long hours of work. Luckily there are several ways of preventing burnout.

What it Takes to Be a Philanthropist

What it Takes to Be a Philanthropist

People wonder about the definition of philanthropy. Originating from the words “love of humanity,” the concept means generosity in all forms. A philanthropist is spoken as someone who gives their time, talent, or treasure in the hopes of creating a better world. Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t matter who you are or how much is in your bank account. Anybody who wants to be a philanthropist can become one.