Month: August 2011

A Call for Indiana Residents to be Mindful of Human Trafficking

Last week, Chinese authorities rescued 89 infants and arrested 369 people associated with two human trafficking rings. The infants were abducted from Vietnam, some drugged, and sold in China. The traditional preference for male children combined with the “one child” policy in China increases the human trafficking cases that occur, usually involving female adults and …

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Breaking Down Barriers So You Can Raise More Money

Fundraising shouldn’t be treated as a necessary evil but as an opportunity to cultivate support for an important cause. People enjoy giving to organizations that are making a real difference. It is the nonprofit’s privilege and responsibility to make giving opportunities accessible and relevant to donors. Accessible? Do you make it easy to donate – …

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