Donor Nation USA

The Agitator

billion) and above South Korea ($267.9 I was browsing the latest report from Giving USA on the size of the giving sector in America in 2013. The overall giving total — $335 billion — is big. But just how big is that … what would be a good comparative measure? What about comparative national budgets? If you take ‘just’ individual donations ($240.6 billion) and bequests ($27.7 billion), that’s $268.3 billion.

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Fundraising in Russia (kind of sucks)

Wild Woman Fundraising

Then I remembered living in South Korea. In South Korea I ran into a lot of Korean people who were prejudiced against Japanese and Chinese people or even African American expatriates. But Korea is an ethnically homogeneous society. It’s almost Halloween.

Russia 130

#Tech: QR Codes, Smart Phones, And Prunes Come Together In South Korean Subway

Non Profit Marketing 360

They are the brainchild of Homeplus, the South Korean affiliate of the British supermarket chain Tesco (which has only a minimal presence in the US market as a part of the ‘ Fresh & Easy ‘ stores). Probably, though some resistance is found even in South Korea’s subway.

#Tech: QR Codes, Smart Phones, And Prunes Come Together In South Korean Subway

Non Profit Marketing 360

They are the brainchild of Homeplus, the South Korean affiliate of the British supermarket chain Tesco (which has only a minimal presence in the US market as a part of the ‘ Fresh & Easy ‘ stores). Probably, though some resistance is found even in South Korea’s subway.

Help I’m a Millennial and no one is listening to me!

Wild Woman Fundraising

” I used to live in South Korea and one of the things that happened in any new job was that colleagues in the office would ask how old you were. Yesterday we talked about hiring discrimination against older workers. But what if you’re younger? What if no one wants to hire you because you don’t have enough experience? What if they want to give you an entry level job because you’re young, not because you can’t do the work?