November 16, 2009, USA Today — What happens when you put $5 million in the virtual hands of over 300 million Facebook users? We are about to find out.
September 27, 2009, USA Today — The recession is forcing some United Ways to cut fundraising goals even as demand grows for food, shelter and other services they help provide.
September 16, 2009, USA TODAY — Communities seeking to prevent panhandlers from venturing into streets are stirring controversy with bans that also prevent people from approaching vehicles to ask for charitable donations.
WASHINGTON, September 2, 2009, USA TODAY — Four chief executives whose government-funded non-profit corporations are paid to deliver U.S. foreign assistance earned more than half a million dollars in 2007, a USA TODAY review of public tax records shows.
UNION, Wash., August 27, 2009, USA Today — Everywhere he goes, Bill Gates is escorted by a mythic résumé. Mercenary software genius. Self-made billionaire. Passionate philanthropist.
August 6, 2009, USA TODAY — A new survey suggests that President Obama's victory last November had a positive effect not just on the academic expectations of black Americans — it may have raised parents' interests in volunteerism.
HERMOSA BEACH, Calif., August 5, 2009, USA TODAY — Bartender Beau Dieda does more than mix and serve drinks every night at popular nightspot Baja Sharkeez: He is also instructed to sign up friends and fans for his company's Facebook page, as well as his own. Before he leaves the restaurant, he sends bulletins to his collective fan base inviting them back in for specials, discounts or events.
June 29, 2009, USA TODAY — The free tickets may already be snapped up for Virgin Mobile's FreeFest, but that doesn't mean you can't still get in free.
June 24, 2009, USA Today — If only we had more billionaires to solve our problems, how happy we all would be.