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State of Giving: Stories of Oregon Volunteers, Donors, and Nonprofits

Greg Chaillé & Kristin Anderson
Format
Book
Published
Corvallis : Oregon State University Press, 2015.
Language
English
ISBN
9780870717727, 0870717723, 9780870717734
Summary
"An authoritative overview of Oregon's toughest challenges and a much-needed manifesto for greater civic engagement. Chaillé and Anderson highlight the crucial role that nonprofits play as pillars of Oregon's civic structure through their engaging profiles of the charismatic civic leaders, grassroots organizations, donors, and volunteers who are working to combat some of Oregon's most enduring problems."
Contents
  • Bridging the urban-rural divide
  • Back to school : erasing education inequity, closing the achievement gap
  • Urgent needs : hunger and homelessness
  • Sustaining a balance : conserving Oregon's natural heritage
  • Toward a common cause : supporting inclusion and equity
  • Art for good : funding Oregon's arts, culture, and heritage sectors
  • Building the future : community philanthropy, the next generation of givers, and new models of giving.
Description
312 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-296) and index.
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