Charity

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How Christ changed a life

By Russ Pulliam
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Hope Award | INDIANAPOLIS—WORLD’s Midwest Regional runner-up in its annual Hope Award for Effective Compassion is the Shepherd Community Center here in Indiana’s…

The good news and bad news on giving

The good news and bad news on giving

By Aimee Stauf
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Charity | Americans donated more to organizations last year than they have since the start of the recession, according to a Giving USA report released last week. The…

Run the good race

By Kathryn Blackhurst
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Charity | A tiny Pennsylvania charity’s modest grants ease the burden for local cancer patients

Yes, soup for you! And for someone else

By Tiffany Owens
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Charity | The suggested retail price for a steaming serving of turkey chili in a bread bowl at Panera Bread is normally $5.89. But customers ordering that menu item at…

Gun control and charitable deduction control

Gun control and charitable deduction control

By Marvin Olasky
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Charity | As Congress is debating gun control under the glare of media spotlights, a quiet threat is emerging under the radar: charity contributions control. Non-profit…

Beer and philanthropy

By Noelle Garnier
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Charity | In a historic Portland residential district, a large green sign pinned to a red-brick store front announces the Oregon Public House: “Have a Pint: Change…

The perfect gift

By Cal Thomas
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Christmas | Most people who haven't finished their shopping are starting to worry about what gifts to give a friend, relative, or spouse. Quick, what did you give or…

Armstrong stepping down as Livestrong chairman

By Wire Reports
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Sports | AUSTIN, Texas (AP)—Lance Armstrong stepped down as chairman of his Livestrong cancer-fighting charity and Nike severed ties with him as fallout from the…

Networks of care

By Susan Olasky
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Healthcare | Formal and informal groups of healthcare providers are keeping the poor from missing the safety net

Clinical repression

By Marvin Olasky
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Healthcare | Will Washington harm community-based charity, again?

On the road

By Tiffany Owens
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Healthcare | By bus, train, and car this summer, I visited medical clinics in a dozen cities, then walked the neighborhoods around the clinics. The first stop was small -

Calling the shots

By Susan Olasky
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Healthcare | Independent Christian clinics may soon have to decide whether to accept government funding. Is the price of federal money too high?

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