GivingCity Austin #7 Magazine, Featuring 30 New Philanthropists





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The New Philanthropists – 30 daredevils making a difference now
Here’s the Art Taking art in Austin to the next level
Leading Women to Safety Executive director and author Kelly White


Happening Now:
Hill Country Conservancy’s Earth Day Concert
Leadership Austin’s Best Party Ever
HAAM’s Corporate Battle of the Bands

The Biscuit Brothers Making music for kids
How to End Panhandling Frank talk from Mobile Loaves & Fishes and the Downtown Austin Alliance

Women’s Storybook Project Love on Tape
The Austin Bulldog Great nonprofit reporting
YNPN When do-gooders compete

Big Brothers Big Sisters Three personal histories on what it means to be a Little
What is Corporate Social Responsibility? 3 Questions for Eugene Sepulveda
Robert Godwin philanthropy photographer on his new gig

Give Better:
What is a Capital Campaign?
How to Give to Education Area foundations offer some guidance
Book Excerpt: The Future of Nonprofits
Pets vs. Kids Which do you “Like”?

CALENDAR Spring fundraising events
DIRECTORY Local businesses that support GivingCity Austin

The Giving Project One person’s 30-day experiment

Thanks to The Seton Foundations and Greenlights for their generous support.

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3 Comments on GivingCity Austin #7 Magazine, Featuring 30 New Philanthropists

  1. We used to offer the downloadable PDF, John. But we create two versions now – for print and for upload to Issuu. And that’s just another step we don’t have time to do. It’s a different PDF format and size, and we’re kind of a small operation here.

    BUT! But you can download a PDF from Issuu. It downloads as a one-up, which means you get it in single pages rather than spreads. But it’s a good size for printing if you can adjust your print settings.

    Try this: Go to this link for the magazine and click the little download icon beneath the cover.

    You have to have an Issuu account to do it – it prompts you – but once you create that, you can download it, print it, whatever.

    And if it’s a print issue you need, let me know. I’d be happy to send you a copy. Thank you for checking us out!

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