Best of the Blogs: Volunteering in the US; charitable motives; sexism in charities - and the X-Factor

Your round-up of charity-related debate online

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Todd Cohen considers the state of volunteering in the US. 

See Philanthropy Journal

 

Beth Breeze is disappointed that The X Factor focuses on ‘kids, kittens and cancer' when it selects charity partners.

See Kent Philanthropy

 

K'naan questions the motives of charitable people.

See the Huffington Post

 

Dan Pallotta argues that sexism is holding back the US charity sector.

See the Daily Beast

 

Allison Fine considers the value of ‘raising awareness' of social media for charities.

See Allison's blog

    

 

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