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Books

Wendy Smith: "Give a Little"

“It’s not the size of the contribution that matters,” explains author Wendy Smith, who for more than two decades has worked in the nonprofit world. “What matters are the outcomes your giving produces.”

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Conflict Resolution

Angela Sontheimer: Servant Leadership

“A leader must subjugate his or her own desires and interests in order to become the servant of one’s followers. We need to give back in order to get more,” says Angela Sontheimer, managing director of Lincoln Leadership Institute at Gettysburg.

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Economic Development

Muhammad Yunus: "Creating a World Without Poverty"

“Don’t be afraid to adjust your business plan when circumstances make it necessary,” says Muhammad Yunus. “But to avoid becoming purely reactive, flitting from one program to the next, always remember the central goal for which you established the social business in the first place.”

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Education

Charles Best: Donors Choose

“I knew there were people from all walks of life around the country who would want to help improve our public schools,” says Charles Best.

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Fashion

Rob Chasteen-Scheer: Comfort Cases

“Thousands of children enter the foster-care system each year, and most carry little more than the clothes on their back,” says Rob Chasteen-Scheer. “I wanted to change that.”

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Finance

Robert Egger: Begging for Change

“Don’t try to reinvent philanthropy. Just as there are too many nonprofits duplicating services, there are too many corporations and foundations duplicating philanthropic efforts,” says author Robert Egger.

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History

David Bruce Smith: Grateful American™ Foundation

“We’ve all seen the research about how kids are not being taught history effectively, and with that comes the tendency to slough it off,” says David Bruce Smith, which is why he founded an organization to change that.

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Leadership

Pat Rullo: Sewport Our Troops

“We aim to create a one-of-a-kind, comforting reminder from home that says: We care — and may every soldier feel our love and appreciation,” says Pat Rullo.

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Marketing

Carolyn Tate: Conscious Marketing

“The business of business is no longer business,” says author Carolyn Tate. “The business of business is to leave the world a better place.”

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PR Rules

PR Rules: Pay It Forward

What’s the PR secret to having a successful nonprofit?

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Sports

Jeffery Holmes: Fighting Parkinson’s Foundation

Jeffery Holmes began researching how exercise could lessen the impact of PD, and found out that boxing, cycling, and yoga have been proven to lessen the effects as a single sport workout. He started putting his Dad through his paces, and today is helping to spread the word to help others fight back, too.

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Truly Amazing Women™

Marga Fripp: Empowered Women International

“My vision was to create a community of women for women, who can help one another succeed; a place where women support each other, and where others can hear the stories these women tell,” says Marga Fripp. “A place where the American Dream lives on, and everyone feels welcome and at home.*

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