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A Primer on Cause Marketing

Thinking about how your company can do some good in the world—and boost your bottom line? Sarah Durham, founder and principal of Big Duck, a communications firm that works with nonprofits, shows you how to get started with cause marketing, i.e.,...

Get On (a) Board

I’ve always believed in giving back. I’ve ladled soup for the homeless, sung for the elderly at nursing homes and run/walked more than I can remember. But now that I’m, ahem, older, I want to give—and get—more. So I joined a board. Yes, it’s a...

Take a Volunteer Vacation

Yearning for a getaway, but craving something more compelling than sipping Mai Tais in Maui? A "volunteer vacation" could do you a world of good—while enabling you to do some good in the world. So-called voluntourism is a rapidly-growing segment...

Give Where the Women Are

When you give aid to women, what happens? Studies show that women use the support they get to build and enrich their communities. You give, they give (and you may get a tax break)—a triple win. Here, three groups doing terrific work for women:...

Global Thought Leaders: She Helps War Victims Start Over

Photo of Zainab Salbi The DailyWorth Global Thought Leader series features exclusive interviews with remarkable entrepreneurs and activists who are striving to improve women's lives around the world. The idea emerged one night at a Denny’s, of...

Create Your Own Charitable Fund

One of the pleasures of accumulating wealth is that you can give back to the charities and causes you care about. And charitable giving can also give you a nice tax break. If you’re looking to donate while also getting some tax relief, consider a...

Tax Tips for Donations

As you prepare to enter your charitable contributions on your schedule A, are you thinking “I thought I gave more than this?” Well, you probably did! Consider the following before you file: A charity doesn’t have to issue a detailed receipt...

Think Before You Text (Your Donation)

Survivors of an 8.9-magnitude earthquake and tsunami lie wrapped in blankets at the Red Cross operations centre in Miyagi prefecture March 11, 2011. Photo source: Reuters.comThe plight of the Japanese people is agonizing to watch. Naturally, your...

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