On Inequity, Philanthropy Must Take Risks and Empower Workers – Huffington Post

On Inequity, Philanthropy Must Take Risks and Empower Workers
Huffington Post – Pablo Eisenberg – Senior Fellow, Georgetown Public Policy Institute
… today conditions for farmworkers are as bad as they were 30 or 40 years ago. California’s farm laborers, especially in the Central Valley, still live in poverty and often lack decent food and housing. The state still relies on large-scale farming that pays low wages, is labor-intensive, and uses contract workers toiling in poor conditions that go unmonitored by either the state or federal government.

Hard-hitting, solidly researched, and well-written, The Self-Help Myth: How Philanthropy Fails to Alleviate Poverty by Erica Kohl-Arenas, a researcher at the New School, explains how philanthropy has left farmworker organizations to ameliorate their

DuGood by Giving 2011

From now until the end of the year, we invite you to join us again in giving. Finance a loan with DuGood (https://www.dugood.org), and we’ll give you $250 ca…

How much money did the American public donate to Haiti?

(I forgot to mention the “Haiti” part in my previous question haha) But roughly, how much money was collected by the American public that was sent to Haiti?

Have you been in the check out line in a store and been asked to donate to a charity?

Don’t do it, the store is writing off your charitable donation on their own taxes. If you want to give to a charity, give on your own and get your own tax write off.

The Cavendish Hotel London – Giving Something Back

At the Cavendish Hotel London we are pleased to support many great charities. Here is a quick look at our past, present and future activities that support th…

Chi Omega Philanthropy 2011 – UC Berkeley

UC Berkeley’s Chi Omega raises thousands of dollars each year to benefit the children of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

should a muslim use a stolen item if he paid the same amount for chrity?

it is extremly difficult to repay the amount so i want to give to charity, should i keep the item?
after u i pay, should i keep the item?
i would like an answer from a muslim, not a christian.