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04 Dec 2007 11:43 AM  

Volunteer-based Tutor/Mentor Programs are encouraged to join this discussion and submit web pages that they use to raise money for their tutor/mentor programs. Here are a couple of examples that Cabrini Connections, Tutor/Mentor Connection, uses.

* First is a page on the Cabrini Connections web site: http://www.cabriniconnections.net/donate


In July 2011 the Tutor/Mentor Connection will split from Cabrini Connection and become a separate organization. At this point it is not determined what structure this will be. Gifts are still welcome, but will not be tax-exempt until a new 501(c)(3) is decided. Contact tutormentor2@earthlink.net if you want to discuss ways to support the T/MC in its future work.

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15 Jun 2011 01:42 PM  

The Donors Forum of Chicago is a primary resource every non profit in the Chicago region should be aware of. Follow their blog articles at

http://blog.donorsforum.org/page/2/
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25 Sep 2011 11:27 AM  

Cannonball Charity Communications is a blog with many resources and ideas for public relations, cause marketing, planning giving, corporate social responsibility. Take a look at http://cannonballcc.org/

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19 Oct 2011 01:10 PM  

This Finance Project PDF titled "Finding Resources to Support Mentoring
Programs and Services for Youth" can be used by mentoring programs and collaborations in any city.

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