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Welcome to NEDRA's Industry News blog, where we feature news articles and other items of interest to the research community – hand-selected by our NEDRA News editorial committee. We hope these selections will be of interest to you - and encourage you to share your thoughts and comments here!

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  • 27 Feb 2015 3:57 PM | Laura Parshall (Administrator)

    Huge gifts to universities continued to grow for the second year in a row in 2014, with 43 donations of more than $50-million, according to an annual study.

  • 27 Feb 2015 3:55 PM | Laura Parshall (Administrator)

    This blog post takes an analytical and systematic approach to enhancing your networking ability.

  • 27 Feb 2015 3:52 PM | Laura Parshall (Administrator)

    This article explores the role philanthropy can play in times of transition such as the Arab Spring.

  • 27 Feb 2015 3:51 PM | Laura Parshall (Administrator)

    The Charity Defense Council's fundraising walk has been postponed to "a future year."

  • 27 Feb 2015 3:31 PM | Laura Parshall (Administrator)

    This article provides an interesting analysis of giving by ethnicity.

  • 27 Feb 2015 2:23 PM | Laura Parshall (Administrator)

    There are potential changes afoot for the laws regulating donor-advised funds. What might they mean for those who use them as a vehicle for philanthropy?

  • 27 Feb 2015 2:22 PM | Laura Parshall (Administrator)

    From Inside Philanthropy, a look at charitable trusts: what they are, and what they do.

  • 27 Feb 2015 2:16 PM | Laura Parshall (Administrator)

    Helen Brown goes through the executive perks and benefits that can be found in an SEC proxy statement, adding to the basics of executive compensation.

  • 27 Feb 2015 2:14 PM | Laura Parshall (Administrator)

    Although men are less willing than women to support poverty relief efforts, they are more likely to give when a shared interest is at stake, a study by Stanford University researchers finds.

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