Women – Effective & Powerful Philathropists

According to Stanford Business School professor Laura Arrillaga-Andressen in her book “Giving 2.0″ women are the driving force behind over 80% of American philanthropy:
http://giving2.com/

An Indiana University Center on Philanthropy study also confirmed that women give more than men:
http://www.philanthropy.iupui.edu/womengive/findings.aspx

The Christian Science Monitor is also taking note of the power of women in philanthropy:
Women bring a new approach to philanthropy
http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Making-a-difference/Change-Agent/2012/0712/Women-bring-a-new-approach-to-philanthropy?cmpid=addthis_email#.UAC53O8aX3s.email

Our Make It Better Philanthropy Awards are perfectly timed to amplify awareness and effectiveness of this movement by women to make philanthropic efforts more effective and innovative.

Please apply before before September 1, 2012 here:
http://www.makeitbetter.net/component/content/article/291-uncategorised/4137-2012-make-it-better-philanthropy-awards

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