Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Tip of the Iceberg

This is a continuation of a blog that began here. A friend asked me how much money is in charities’ endowments, and what kind of difference it could make if half of it was used differently.   I did some research and … Continue reading

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A Billion Here, a Billion There …

We’re talking in this blog about putting assets to work to make an impact on the world. A million dollars is not enough. Let’s talk about twenty-five or fifty billion. My friend Dan, who has an annoying habit of cutting … Continue reading

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A million dollars for YOUR organization…

Since I learn more from listening than from talking, today I’m going to ask another question. The question is, what would your church or your favorite non-profit do with one million dollars? I’m interested in specifics. Do you have a … Continue reading

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Churches Don’t Retire

My last couple of posts on this blog revolved around inviting readers (most of whom are personal friends at this point) to share what they would do, personally, with a windfall of a million dollars. The responses — some whimsical, … Continue reading

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