Best of the Blogs: charity data, building communities, the Giving USA 2011 report and face-to-face fundraising attrition rates

Your round-up of charity-related debate online this week

Best of the Blogs
Best of the Blogs

Jake Porway, a data scientist at the New York Times, explains why he wants to link developers with charities and the developing world. 

Read Porway’s blog

Building strong communities means we can hold government to account, says Jim Diers, the former director of Seattle’s Department of Neighborhoods.

Read Diers’s blog

Pamela Grow comments on the Giving USA 2011 report and points out how a few key indicators show that non-profits that adhere to a slow and steady approach will emerge victorious.

Read Grow’s blog

The PFRA’s Face-to-face Atttrition Survey shows why retention remains so crucial, says fundraising expert Craig Linton.

Read Linton’s blog 

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