Category Archives: philanthropy

What’s Next For Michael Bloomberg

I recently read this article in Fast Company from the August issue about New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his philanthropic endeavors. Even though the article is dated, it’s well worth reading.

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Government vs. Philanthropy

In thinking about my recent posts about the need for Transformational Change in America, this call came in to Rush Limbaugh on 3-15-11 that really had me saying out loud “that’s a great example of what I’m talking about”. Listen to the call here, and be sure to read the notes on the screen:

This call and it’s content needs to be considered. Philanthropy needs to be looked at again in this country, and frankly I think philanthropic endeavors need to be reinvigorated. Philanthropy will always, no matter what, do better than anything government does. So, add this to the list of things we need to discuss.

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