Here's our official recap of charity media coverage for the first half of Jan. 2018. Let's make sure these journalists know their stuff!
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Media Recap:
January 1-15, 2018


Hi, Charity Defender! We hope your 2018 is off to a terrific start.

Here's our media recap for the first half of January 2018. Want to help us reach these journalists? Hit the "Click to Tweet" links (below) to: (1) send each journalist our review, and (2) invite him/her to our next Journalist Roundtable (featuring Ken Stern, former CEO of NPR).

Remember: our recaps aim to raise the bar on charity media coverage and get journalists focused on impact, not overhead.

Also, if you get a minute, we'd love to hear your feedback on our Media Rubric. Is it missing anything? Does it need any improvements? Thanks, as always, for the support!




"Prolific Volunteer Develops Web Platform to Help Non-Profits Assess Impact"
by Sunita Sohrabji (India-West)
Social Shares: 136  |  
Journalist Reach: 0  |  Journalist Shares: 0
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"Nonprofit sector is vital to a strong New York"
by William Gettman (The Buffalo News)
Social Shares: 73  |  Journalist Reach: 0  |  Journalist Shares: 0
Tweet @William

"Industry Focus: Non-Profit"
by Connie Brennan (Nevada Business Magazine)
Social Shares: 41  |  Journalist Reach: 0  |  Journalist Shares: 0
Tweet @Connie



"Why Is There So Much Government Hostility to Private Charity?"
by Michael Tanner (National Review)
Social Shares: 551  |  Journalist Reach: 0  |  Journalist Shares: 0
Tweet @Michael

Charity mergers scuppered by self-interest of staff and trustees
by David Ainsworth (Civil Society)
Social Shares: 288  |  Journalist Reach: 0  |  Journalist Shares: 0
Tweet @David




"Red Dirt Liberty Report: Goodwill is Not Charity"
by Danny Chabino (Being Libertarian)
Social Shares: 153 | Journalist Reach: 0 | Journalist Shares: 0
Tweet @Danny

"Charity donations: here's how to make sure your money isn't being wasted"
by James Connington (The Telegraph)
Social Shares: 30 | Journalist Reach: 0 | Journalist Shares: 0
Tweet @James


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