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Food Tank has the honor of highlighting organizations across the globe that are working to fight food waste, combat the dual paradoxes of hunger and obesity, recognize the multiple roles of family farmers, increase nutrient density, protect agricultural...
101 Global Food Organizations to Watch in 2015 December 28, 2014 by Danielle Nierenberg and Sarah Small To celebrate 2015, Food Tank is highlighting 101 incredible organizations who are playing a vital part in creating a better food system. Food Tank...
FROM NYN MEDIA: * Where would you like to have seen more funding allocated within Mayor de Blasio's recently released preliminary budget? Complete our poll and we’ll share your answers next week. TOP NEWS: * After a devastating new report from the...
By Danielle Nierenberg, co-founder and President of Food Tank. This was originally posted on Food Tank page. There's no shortage of organizations around the world who are working to create a more sustainable, more just food system. Food Tank is...
This post is long and not every section is relevant to every reader. Please feel encouraged to skip to those sections that are most relevant. Opening Up Philanthropic Strategizing I often emphasize the importance that philanthropy become more transparent...
True Engrossment of a Reader is Real Profession of a Writer. | My thoughts and professional guidance on writing career, translatio...
SOCRATES is an international, refereed (peer-reviewed) and indexed scholarly hybrid open-access journal in Public Administration a...
An intriguing four-way battle is forming over the issue of tax-exempt organizations providing lists of donors to the IRS and state regulators.
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Rick joined NPQ in 2006, after almost eight years as the executive director of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP). Before that he played various roles as a community worker and ...