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Explaining Africa's Need Without Damaging Stereotypes
Explaining Africa's Need Without Damaging Stereotypes

By: Jonathan Langley
Africa is a diverse continent with more than 50 countries. It's vital for mission and aid agencies to communicate genuine needs when raising funds without perpetuating damaging African stereotypes.

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Social Change Depends on Personal Change: Appeal for $3,000 for a TV Broadcast
Social Change Depends on Personal Change: Appeal for $3,000 for a TV Broadcast

By: Robert Parham
Ethics Daily.com addresses real issues in a 24/7 world. That's why we're seeking your help to raise $3,000 this week.

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 Photography Was Fundraising Boon for Early Missionaries
Photography Was Fundraising Boon for Early Missionaries

By: David Swartz
For evangelical missionaries in the late 19th century, the use of photography became a strategic fundraising tool. Evangelicals were pioneers in their strategy of "picturing pain."

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Atheists Say Cancer Volunteering Thwarted
(RNS) The American Cancer Society has rejected an atheist group’s bid to field a national team to raise money for cancer research.
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Celebrity-Laden AIDS Fundraiser Makes Vague Promises
Celebrity-Laden AIDS Fundraiser Makes Vague Promises
An AIDS fundraiser features celebrities dying – that is, they'll stop communicating on Twitter and Facebook – until fans donate $1 million. But the campaign makes only vague promises about how the money will be used.
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