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Stanford_Social_Innovation_Review

Winter 2013

Volume 11, Number 1

Social media—such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn—is upending the way all organizations operate. Nowhere is this more true than in nonprofit fundraising. The traditional models of finding, engaging, and cultivating donors, volunteers, and other supporters has changed forever, according to “The Permanent Disruption of Social Media” in the winter 2013 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review. The article not only dissects the changes—it offers a new model that takes full advantage of social media.

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The vast majority of neighborhoods in American cities do not "trade places." Instead, concentrated poverty and its opposite, concentrated affluence, are surprisingly persistent.

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