NEW YORK, November 23, 2009 — Ladies’ Home Journal Editor-in-Chief Sally Lee announced today that eight philanthropically-minded companies have been honored with its first-ever “Do Good” Stamp.  The companies will be featured in the December/January issue of the magazine and on LHJ.com, and will receive an insignia that can be used in their brand packaging and promotional materials to raise awareness for their cause-related efforts.

DALLAS, November 2, 2009 — Mona Lee Locke, a veteran of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®’s Affiliate network and a proven leader in local nonprofit programs, has been named to a new position aimed at building on the impact of Komen for the Cure, the world’s largest breast cancer organization, in the nation’s capital.

It's hard to deny the need for change when it’s staring you straight in the face. That's how the need to transition the Salvation Army's annual report to digital-only occurred to Maj. George Hood, the organization's national community relations and development secretary.

One day, about two years ago, the years' worth of print annual reports sitting in the storage room in Hood's office prompted a change. Hood says he scratched his head and thought, "In this age of instant communication online, we could save a lot of money and be far more efficient and get much broader distribution by going 100 percent to a virtual annual report."

Charleston, S.C., August 27, 2009 — Blackbaud, Inc. (Nasdaq: BLKB) today announced that an increasing number of community foundations are turning to its solutions to build stronger relationships with donors and professional advisors, improve financial accountability, and enhance their web presence.

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