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April 27, 2004


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Chris Corrigan

Very interesting paper...and perhaps the taste of things to come post-Chicago.


Marty Kearns is a brilliant guy; the ideals of an environmental advocate with an entrepreneur's spirit and business sense. Would be interesting to overhear, or convene, a conversation between him and Laura Trippi on net-centric advocacy.


I really think that GiftHub could be an important resource for givers of all stripes. To me, there is wisdom in all traditions if you know how to find it, and conservatives are even more in need of this than others. To me, there doesn't seem to be much wisdom coming from the processes by which conservatives have been marshalling their resources politically and otherwise, even though the conservative traditions do have much to contribute to the debate.

I am hopeful that this conference and GiftHub will be an important step in bringing together people of good faith and diverse viewpoints around the common cause of giving.

Phil Cubeta

Yes, thanks, well put. We also have a lot to learn from one another about donor-centered, wisdom-centered, and community or cause-centered philanthropy, giving, and organizing. The tools and techniques, "what works," are independent of the particular cause, goal, or community.

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