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SheGives Members Moved by Second Step’s Powerful Message

“You must have done something very wrong to make him behave that way.” That is how one therapist reacted to Deb, a domestic abuse survivor, during a treatment session. Deb had just related how, during a recent outburst, her husband … Continue reading

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Why Do I Keep Hearing About “Resiliency?”

Philanthropy loves its buzzwords. High-impact. Data-driven. Donor-centric. I know I’ve heard plenty, and certainly repeated more than a few. So if you have your ear to the ground in trends in the giving and foundation space, you’ve likely come into … Continue reading

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17 Days to Help 120 Students

On February 23rd, a ceiling collapsed in one of College Bound Dorchester’s early education facilities, flooding the building and leaving over 120 students and their families without access to daycare and educational programming.  They need your help to repair their facilities … Continue reading

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Collaborative Philanthropy: SheGives Takes A Lead

SheGives Cited for Its Role on the Leading Edge of Collaborative Philanthropy SheGives’ innovative model is turning heads! Jeff Poulos, executive director of Associated Grant Makers, mentions SheGives in a recent article about the evolution of philanthropy stating, “SheGives… [is] … Continue reading

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