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What are you reading?

Ketchum Canada has just published the most recent issue of its Philanthropic Trends Quarterly, and this issue is devoted to communications – the impact of new technologies, the development of a crisis communications plan, and how to use your case for support. Good stuff! You can find it here.

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What are you reading?

What are you reading?

A recent issue of Ketchum Canada’s Philanthropic Trends Quarterly included gleanings from round table discussions among leaders in a number of Canadian cities on topics of shared concern – including leadership development. It’s a short read, punchy, and contains observations pertinent to large and small organizations alike. kciphilanthropy.com

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What are you reading?

What are you reading?

Ketchum Canada has released the latest in its quarterly Philanthropic Trends e-newsletter, with the most recent issue dedicated to new technology use by
Canadian charities. You can find it here.

Charitable organizations in BC and Ontario wrestling with the implications of the new Harmonized Sales Tax now have access to new resources developed by the Canada Revenue Agency. They include:
A webinar on the application of the GST/HST to charities
A GST/HST checklist for charities

Finally, an absolutely vital (and provocative!) speech from the opening session of the League of American Orchestras‘ 2010 conference, by Russell Willis Taylor. Here’s how National Arts Strategies describes the speech: “There are no crises in the arts – there are crises in arts organizations as they are currently constructed. Audiences are not shrinking, they are growing, but they are not necessarily interested in consuming all the art our member organizations produce. Between 1970 and 2010, the number of arts organizations grew from 2,700 to 27,000 but the number of people funding them, and attending their events, did not grow at all. In this keynote address delivered at the joint annual conferences of  Chorus America and The League of American Orchestras, Russell Willis Taylor, President and CEO of National Arts Strategies, explores the extraordinary opportunities that arts organizations have today.” You can find it here.

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What are you reading?

What are you reading?

The good people at Ketchum Canada have just released the spring 2010 issue of their Trends e-publication, and this issue is devoted to “an exploration of the trends that are expected to change the way we as fundraisers do business in the future”.  You can link to the publication here.

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