Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Donor Services ManagerChapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School

Waltham, MA

Development

May 25
Senior Accountant (Part-time four (4) days a week)University City Science Center

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

May 23
Director of DevelopmentBig Picture Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Development

May 19
Program DirectorSusan G. Komen Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Development

May 18
Senior Accountant St. Joseph's Preparatory School

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

May 18
Grants Manager/AdministratorPembroke Philanthropy Advisors

Ardmore, PA

Other

May 18
Director of DevelopmentMental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

Development

May 18
Director of Development and MarketingBrandywine Red Clay Alliance

West Chester, PA

Development

May 17
Featured Senior Accountant (Part-Time)University City Science Center

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

May 16
Assistant Director of AdvancementWoodlynde School

Wayne, PA

Development

May 15

From the blog

Purposeful Philanthropy and Political Consumerism

Posted by Joan Ulmer on 27 April 2017, 2:19 pm

What do these phrases have in common?  Philanthropy is not a zero sum pie, purposeful philanthropy, too many facts may not be good and political consumerism. There has been much talk in the wake of the election and incidences of binge philanthropy about the zero sum pie that is philanthropy, with a lone voice claiming it is not.  Seriously? The ACLU receiving six times as much in on-line donations in one weekend than it did in the entire previous year means that other nonprofits won’t be seeing those dollars this year.  It is the nature of the beast:  there are.

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Dinkum Elko and Associates Laura Solomon