New Software Donations from Autodesk

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Canada, and Puerto Rico that are directly using design to create a better world. Essentially the program is for 501(c)(3) nonprofits or Canadian charities that have a demonstrable need for design and engineering software. In the first year of this program, they will provide 1,000 licenses of their four most popular professional suites to charities.

What Should I Do About Junk Hardware Donations?

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Of course charities rely on donations of all sorts as their bread and butter, so it’s useful, I think, to have a tactful strategy for turning down donations that you can’t use by telling donors where to take their IT discards. The good news is that electronics recycling is increasingly no-cost as more states are enacting recycling laws that require computer makers to cover the costs of end-of-life recycling. and Puerto Rico, so they’re convenient to most locations.

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In Search of Hope: The Global Diaries of Mariane Pearl

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It had to do with the meaning of life and the meaning of the deaths of those I have loved, but first and foremost, it had to do with my son. If you order In Search of Hope on Glamour.com , Glamour will donate 100 percent of the book's proceeds and royalties to charities (listed below) selected by the women who were profiled. "[N]ow I have an answer for my son, who lost his father to blind hatred. Yes, there is hope in the world, and it isn't naive or even idealistic. It is real."--Mariane

Book Club Part 3b: Talking Institutional Change with Elaine Gurian

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In Puerto Rico and Chile, there are museums made out of posters so that kids in parks can come and visit real art—well, it’s not real art, but you’re getting access to Picasso for $5. And he’s quite revolutionary—what he’s figured out is that charity from multi-nationals goes to social service more than anything. On Tuesday, I reviewed Elaine Gurian’s essay, Choosing Among the Options , on museum archetypes and self-definition.