Monthly Archives: July 2012

New Program Sponsored by Heritage Quilters Takes Aim at Summer Learning Loss

When the school doors close, and summer vacation ensues, millions of students will experience a phenomenon known as ‘summer learning loss.’ (for more about summer learning loss, see Wikipedia). If students lack educational reinforcement during the summer months, they may … Continue reading

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Looking at ‘Half of the Sky,’ from Dorothy Clark

Editor’s note: CIN invites members to submit book reviews of somew of your great summer reads. There is nothing that inspires me to pick up a book, or seek out a new title like the affirmation that someone else’s book … Continue reading

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Blog Roll: online resources advancing our type of philanthropy

In the final days of June, CIN hosted our first For Us/By Us conference call along with our colleagues at the Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training, aka GIFT. They are also the producers of the phenomenal magazine, the Grassroots Fundraising … Continue reading

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