Best of the Blogs: how text donations went mainstream, microphilanthropy explained - and giving up smoking for charity

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

Mark Phillips says donors might be happy for charities to spend their gifts on revenue-generating projects.

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Lucy Bernholz explains why text donations have moved from cutting-edge to commonplace.

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Osocio highlights We Quit, a new Facebook application that offers users the chance to give up smoking to raise funds for charities of their choice.

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Peter Deitz explains how microphilanthropy is changing giving.


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