Index to The Philanthropist Volume VI

Index to The Philanthropist Volume VI

Cite as (1986) or (1987), 6 Philanthrop. No., pp. PREPARED BY CLAUDIA WILLEITS, M.L.S.

Subject Index

A

Accessibility. Private philanthropy. United States

Increase. Role of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 34-40.

Accountability. Private philanthropy. United States

Increase. Role of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy Spring 1986 (Vol. VI, No.1), pp. 34-40.

Accounting

Standards-For charitable organizations Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 56-58.

Advertisements. Fund-raising appeals

Portrayal of physically disabled people Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 41-47.

Advertisements. Fund-raising appeals

Portrayal of physically disabled people-Examples: Award-winning advertisements produced by Ontario March of Dimes Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 38-39.

Amendments. Income Tax Act. Canada

December 17, 1986 relating to charitable foundations Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), p. 52.

Amendments. Income Tax Act. Canada

May 23,1986
Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 55-56.

Annuity Programs. Planned giving instruments

Gift annuity programs. Financial risks Summer 1986 (Vol. VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Annuity ‘Ihlsts

Charitable annuity trusts. Handling by charitable organizations com­pared with commercial life insurers Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Arts. Canada Funding. Tax incentives. Recommendations of the Task Force on Funding of the Arts Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 59-61.

Arts Education Role in educational systems Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 32-38.

B

Board Members. Non-profit organizations. Manitoba Management skills. Upgrading. Role of continuing education programs Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 14-29.

c

Canadian Families Private charitable donations-Statistics Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 3-33.

Canadian Families Private religious charitable donations-Statistics Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 40-55.

Capital Corporations Non-share capital corporations. Organization-For lawyers Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 3-8.

Case Studies Charitable organizations. Definition. Law-Case Studies: Native Com­

munications Society of B.C. v. MNR., 86 DTC 6353

Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), p. 61.

Case Studies Gifts-in-kind to universities: cultural property. Valuation-Case studies: Lionel Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue (86 DTC 1669) andAbiJack Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue (86 DTC 1682)
Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 52-53
Case Studies Gifts to charitable organizations: trusts. Disentitlement due to political activity-Case studies: Re Keoppler’s Will Trusts (1985), 2 AllER 869.

Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), p. 42.

Charitable Annuity Trusts Handling by charitable organizations compared with commercial life insurers Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Charitable Donations

Private charitable donations by Canadian families-Statistics Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 3-33.

Charitable Donations

Private religious charitable donations by Canadian families-Statistics Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 40-55.

Charitable Foundations

See also

Private Foundations

Charitable Foundations

Amendments to the Income Tax Act, December 17, 1986 relating to charit­able foundations Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), p. 52.

Charitable Organizations

See also

Gifts to Charitable Organizations

Non-Share Capital Corporations

Charitable Organizations

Accounting. Standards-For charitable organizations Falll986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 56-58.

Charitable Ore:anizations

Employees. Financial security. Achievement through tax-free benefit plans including group insurance and retirement security plans Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 24-37.

Charitable Organizations

Handling of charitable annuity trusts compared with commercial life insurers Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Charitable Organizations

Relationships with lawyers. Improvement-Suggestions Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 30-39.

Charitable Organizations. Canada

Acceptance of gifts from non-resident donors. Income tax treatment Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 48-54.

Charitable Organizations. Canada

Definition. Law-Case studies: Native Communications Society of B.C. v.

MNR., 86 DTC 6353

Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), p. 61.

Charitable Organizations. Canada Foreign charitable organizations. Operation in Canada Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 48-54.

Charitable Organizations. Canada.

Registration by Revenue Canada. Explanation of Form T2050
Falll986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 2-10.

Charitable Organizations. Canada Registration by Revenue Canada. Initial and continuing requirements Falll986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 11-23.

Charitable Organizations. Canada Wider political activity. Allowance by Revenue Canada Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), p. 56.

Commercial Insurers Commercial life insurers. Handling of charitable annuity trusts compared with charitable organizations Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Abi Jack Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue (86 DTC 1682)

Gifts-in-kind to universities: cultural property. Valuation-Case studies Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 52-53.

Lionel Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue (86 DTC 1669)

Gifts-in-kind to universities: cultural property. Valuation-Case studies Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 52-53.

Continuing Education Programs. Manitoba Role in upgrading management skills of board members of non-profit organizations Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 14-29.

Corporations Non-share capital corporations. Organization-For lawyers Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 3-8.

Corporations. Ontario Non-profit corporations. Forms for completion from the Ministry of Con­sumer and Commercial Relations Fall 1986 (Vol. VI, No.3), p. 62.

Cultural Property. Gifts-in-kind to universities Valutation-Case studies: Lionel Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue

(86 DTC 1669) and Abi Jack Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue (86
DTC 1682)
Winter 1987 (Vol. VI, No.4), pp. 52-53.

D

Donations

Private charitable donations by Canadian families-Statistics Spring 1986 (Vol. VI, No.1), pp. 3-33.

Donations

Private religious charitable donations by Canadian families-Statistics Fall 1986 (Vol. VI, No.3), pp. 40-55.

Donations To Non-Charitable Entities. Ontario

Policies of Public Trustee Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 40-42.

Donors

See also

Non-Resident Donors

E

Educational Systems

Role of arts education Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 32-38.

Evaluation. Performance of non-profit organizations

Winter 1987 (Vol. VI, No.4) pp. 24-31.

F

Families

Canadian families. Private charitable donations-Statistics Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 3-33.

Families

Canadian families. Private religious charitable donations-Statistics Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 40-55.

Federal Government. Canada

Development of the Young Offenders Act in consultation with the voluntary sector Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 48-51.

Financial Risks. Gift annuity programs. Planned giving instruments

Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Financial Statements. Grant seekers

Audited financial statements. Analysis and evaluation by grantors-Guide­lines for grantors Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 9-23.

Foreign Charitable Organizations

See also

Gifts To Foreign Charitable Organizations

Foreign Charitable Organizations. Canada

Operation Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 48-54.

Foundations

See

Charitable Foundations

Fund Raising

See also

Planned Giving Instruments

Fund-Raising Appeals

Advertisements. Portrayal of physically disabled people Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 41-47.

Fund-Raising Appeals

Advertisements. Portrayal of physically disabled people-Examples: Award­winning advertisements produced by Ontario March of Dimes Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 38-39.

Fund-Raising Events. Ontario

Sales tax on Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), p. 56.

Funding. Arts. Canada

Tax incentives. Recommendations of the Task Force on Funding of the Arts Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 59-61.

G

Gift Annuity Programs. Planned giving instruments

Financial risks Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Gifts From Non-Resident Donors

Acceptance by Canadian charitable organizations. Income tax treatment Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 48-54.

Gifts-In-Kind To Universities

Cultural property. Valuation-Case studies: Lionel Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue (86 DTC 1669) &Abi Jack Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue (86 DTC 1682)
Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 52-53.Gifts To Charitable Organizations Major gifts. Encouragement by lawyers Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 30-39.

Gifts To Charitable Organizations Trusts. Disentitlement due to political activity-Case studies: Re Koep­

pler’s Will Trusts (1985), 2 AllER 869

Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), p. 42.

Gifts To Charitable Organizations. Subjects of Interpretation Bulletins issued by Revenue Canada Summer 1986 (Vol. VI, No.2), p. 40.

Gifts To Foreign Charitable Organizations Applications of Canadian Income Tax Act Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 48-54.

Giving Instruments Planned giving instruments: gift annuity programs. Financial risks Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Grant Seekers Audited financial statements. Analysis and evaluation by grantors-Guide­lines for grantors Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 9-23.

Grantors Analysis and evaluation of audited financial statements from grant seekers
-Guidelines for grantors Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 9-23.

H-1

Income Tax Act. Canada Amendments, December 17, 1986 relating to charitable foundations Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), p. 52.

Income Tax Act. Canada Amendments, May 23, 1985
Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 55-56.

Income Tax Act. Canada Applications in gifts to foreign charitable organizations Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 48-54.

Income Tax Treatment. Gifts from non-resident donors to Canadian charitable organizations Spring 1986 (Vol. VI, No.1), pp. 48-54.

Indices. Volume V. The Philanthropist/Le Philanthrope
Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 47-67. Information Circular No. 80-10R. Revenue Canada Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), p.56.

Insurers Commercial life insurers. Handling of charitable annuity trusts compared with charitable organizations Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

J-K

Re Koeppler’s Will Trusts (1985), 2 All ER 869

Gifts to charitable organizations: trusts. Disentitlement due to political activity-Case studies Summer 1986 (Vol. VI, No.2), p. 42.

L

Re Laidlaw Foundation

Interpretation by Ontario Public Trustee Summer 1986 (Vol. VI, No.2), pp. 40-42.

Law. Canada Law regarding the definition of charitable organizations-Case studies:

Native Communications Society of B.C. v. MNR., 86 DTC 6353

Fa111986 (Vol.VI, No.3), p. 61.

Lawyers Encouragement of major gifts to charitable organizations Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 30-39.

Lawyers Non-share capital corporations. Organization-For lawyers Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 3-8.

Lawyers Relationships with charitable organizations. Improvement-Suggestions Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 30-39.

Legal Advice. Wills
-Personal observations Summer 1986 (Vol.VI. No.2), pp. 30-39.Life Insurers Commercial life insurers. Handling of charitable annuity trusts, com­pared with charitable organizations Summer 1986 (Vol. VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

M

Management. Private foundations Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 39-47.

Management SkiDs. Board members. Non-profit organizations. Manitoba Upgrading. Role of continuing education programs Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 14-29.

Manitoba Non-profit organizations. Board members. Management skills. Upgrading.

Role of continuing education programs Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 14-29.

March Of Dimes Ontario March of Dimes. Production of award-winning advertisements as an example of the portrayal of physically disabled people in adver­tisements used in fund-raising appeals Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 38-39.

N

National Committee For Responsive Philanthropy. United States Role in increasing accessibility and accountability of private philanthropy Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.I), pp. 34-40.

Native Communications Society of B.C. v. M.N.R., 86 DTC 6353

Charitable organizations. Definition. Law-Case studies Falll986 (Vol.VI, No.3), p. 61.

Non-Profit Corporations. Ontario Forms for completion from the Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), p. 62.

Non-Profit Organizations Performance. Evaluation Winter 1987 (Vol. VI, No.4), pp. 24-31.

Non-Profit Organizations. Manitoba Board members. Management skills. Upgrading. Role of continuing edu­cation programs Summer 1986 (Vol. VI, No.2), pp. 14-29.

Non-Resident Donors

See also

Gifts From Non-Resident Donors

Non-Share Capital Corporations

Organization-For lawyers Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 3-8.

Ontario

Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations. Forms for completion by non-profit corporations Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), p. 62.

Ontario

Public Trustee. Interpretation of Re Laidlaw Foundation
Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 40-42.

Ontario March Of Dimes

Production of award-winning advertisements as an example of the portrayal of physically disabled people in advertisements in fund-raising appeals Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 38-39.

p

Performance. Non-profit organizations

Evaluation Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 24-31.

The Philanthropist/Le Philanthrope

Volume V-Indices Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 47-67.

Philanthropy. United States

By private foundations. Accessibility and accountability. Increase. Role of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.I), pp. 34-40.

Physically Disabled People

Portrayal in advertisements used in fund-raising appeals Spring 1986 (Vol. VI, No.I), pp. 41-47.

Physically Disabled People

Portrayal in advertisements used in fund-raising appeals-Examples: Award-winning advertisements produced by Ontario March Of Dimes Fall 1986 (Vol. VI, No.3), pp. 38-39.

Planned Giving Instruments

Gift annuity programs. Financial risks

Summer 1986 (Vol. VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Political Activity

As a cause of disentitlement oftrusts which are gifts to charitable organiza­tions-Case studies: Re Koeppler’s Will Trusts (1985), 2 AllER 869

Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), p. 42.

Political Activity. Charitable organizations. Canada

Wider political activity. Allowance by Revenue Canada

Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), p. 56.

Private Donations

Private charitable donations by Canadian families-Statistics

Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 3-33.

Private Donations

Private religious charitable donations by Canadian families-Statistics

Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 40-55.

Private Foundations

Management

Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 39-47.

Private Foundations. United States

Philanthropy. Accessibility and accountability. Increase. Role of theNational

Committee for Responsive Philanthropy

Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No. I), pp. 34-40.

Public Trustee. Ontario

Interpretation of Re Laidlaw Foundation

Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 40-42.

Public Trustee. Ontario

Policies on donations to non-charitable entities

Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 40-42.

Q-R

Registration. Charitable organizations. Canada

By Revenue Canada. Explanation of Form T2050

Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 2-10.

Registration. Charitable organizations. Canada

By Revenue Canada. Initial and continuing requirements

Falll986 (Vol. VI, No.3), pp. 11-23.

Religious Charitable Donations

Private religious charitable donations by Canadian families-Statistics Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 40-55.

Revenue Canada

Allowance of wider political activity by charitable organizations Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), p. 56.

Revenue Canada

Information Circular No. 80-1OR Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), p. 56.

Revenue Canada

Interpretation Bulletins-Subjects: gifts to charitable organizations Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), p. 40.

Revenue Canada

Registration of charitable organizations. Explanation of Form T2050
Falll968 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 2-10.

Revenue Canada

Registration of charitable organizations. Initial and continuing requirements Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 11-23.

Risks. Gift annuity programs. Planned giving instruments

Financial risks Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Sales Tax. Ontario

On fund-raising events Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), p. 56.

Statistics

Private charitable donations by Canadian families Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 3-33.

Statistics

Private religious charitable donations by Canadian families Falll987 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 40-55.

T

Task Force On Funding Of The Arts

Recommendations regarding tax incentives for funding of the arts Falll986 (Vol. VI, No.3), pp. 59-61.Tax Incentives. Arts funding. Canada Recommendations of the Task Force on Funding of the Arts Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 59-61.

Trusts Charitable annuity trusts. Handling by charitable organizations com­pared with commercial life insurers Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Trusts. Gifts to charitable organizations Disentitlement due to political activity-Case studies: Re Koeppler’s Will

Trusts (1985), 2 AllER 869

Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), p. 42.

u

United States Philanthropy by private foundations. Accessibilty and accountability. Increase. Role of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 34-40.

Universities See also Gifts-In-Kind To Universities v

Valuation. Cultural property as gifts-in-kind to universities Case studies: Lionel Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue (86 DTC 1669) and Abi Jack Conn v. The Minister of National Revenue (86 DTC 1682) Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 52-53.

Voluntary Sector Consultation by the federal government in development of the Young

Offenders Act

Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 48-51.

w

Wills Legal advice-Personal observations Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 30-39.

X-Y

Young Offenders Act. Canada

Development by federal government in consultation with the voluntary sector Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 48-51.

Author Index

A-B

Bromley, Blake

Viewpoint: Advising on Philanthropy-The Role of Lawyers. Summer, 1986

(Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 30-39.

C-D

Dickson, M.L.

Gifts Involving Foreign Entities. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.I). pp. 48-54.

Recent Tax Developments. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.I), pp. 55-56.

-Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 40-42.

-Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 59-62.

-Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 52-53.

Doherty, Barbara

The Organization of Non-Share Capital Corporations for Charities and Other

Groups. Winter 1987 (Vol.Vl, No.4), pp. 3-8.

Doyle, Robert

Increasing Accountability: A Look at the United States National Committee for

Responsive Philanthropy. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.I), pp. 34-40.

Drennan-Searson, P.

The Role of the Voluntary Sector in Developing and Monitoring Social Legisla­

tion: A Case History. Winter 1987 (Vol.Vl, No.4), pp. 48-51.

E-F

Farr, Sally

Analyzing the Applicant’s Financial Statements: A Grantor’s Introduction.

Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 9-23.

Forster, George V.

Tax-Effective Compensation For the Employees of Charitable Organizations.

Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 24-37.

G

Gillingham, David W.

Factors in the Success and Failure of Non-Profit Organizations. Winter 1987

(Vol.Vl, No.4), pp. 24-31.

Graham, Colin

Financial Reporting for Non-Profit Organizations: 1986 Update. Fall 1986

(Vol.Vl, No.3), pp. 56-58.

H-J

Joseph, James A

Foundation Management in Transition. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 39-

47.

K

Kitchen, Harry

Some Evidence on the Distribution of Charitable Donations by Families in

Canada. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 3-33.

Some New Evidence of the Distribution of Religious Charitable Donations by

Families in Canada. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 40-55.

Knechtel, R.C.

The Case Against Gift Annuity Programs. Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp.

3-13.

L

Logan, David

Counterpoint:A Response to “Stigmatizing the Disabled Through Fund-Raising

Appeals’: Fall 1986 (Vol. No.3), pp. 38-39.

M

Murray, Laurence C.

Analyzing the Applicant’s Financial Statements: A Grantor’s Introduction.

Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 9-23.

Recent Tax Developments. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 55-56.

-Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 40-42.

-Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 59-62.

-Winter 1987 (Vol.VI., No.4), pp. 52-53.

N-P

Pitman, Walter

Viewpoint: The Arts, Post-Secondary Institutions, Learning and Living. Winter

1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 32-38.

Q-R

Revenue Canada Taxation. Communications Directorate

Application for Registration: A Revenue Canada Taxation Perspective. Fall

1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 4-10.

S-T

Schusheim, Pearl E.

Charities and the Federal Income Tax Provisions: Getting and Staying Regis­

tered. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 11-23.

Toole, Carl

Viewpoint: Stigmatizing the Disabled Through Fund-Raising Appeals. Spring

1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 41-47.

U-V

Visano, Livy A.

Increasing Accountability: A Look at the United States National Committee for

Responsive Philanthropy. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 34-40.

w

Ward, B.

The Role of the Voluntary Sector in Developing and Monitoring Social Legisla­

tion: A Case History. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 48-51.

Weiler, R.

The Role of the Voluntary Sector in Developing and Monitoring Social Legisla­

tion: A Case History. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 48-51.

Wolf, Jacke

Continuing Education and the Voluntary Sector. Summer 1986(Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 14-29.

X-Z

Zanibbi, Louis R.

Factors in the Success and Failure of Non-Profit Organizations. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 24-31.

Title Index

A

Advising on Philanthropy-The Role of Lawyers (Viewpoint)

Blake Bromley. Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 30-39.

Analyzing the Applicant’s Financial Statements. A Grantor’s Introduction Sally Farr and Laurence C. Murray. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 9-23.

Application for Registration: A Revenue Canada Taxation Perspective Communications Directorate, Revenue Canada Taxation. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 4-10.

The Arts, Post-Secondary Institutions, Learning and Living (Viewpoint)

Walter Pitman. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 32-38.

B-C

The Case Against Gift Annuity Programs

R.C. Knechtel. Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 3-13.

Charities and the Federal Income Tax Provisions: Getting and Staying Registered

Pearl E. Schusheim. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 11-23.

Continuing Education and the Voluntary Sector

Jacke Wolfe. Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 14-29.

D-F

Factors in the Success and Failure of Non-Profit Organizations

David W. Gillingham and Louis R. Zanibbi. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 24-31.

Financial Reporting For Non-Profit Organizations: 1986 Update

Colin Graham. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 56-58.

Foundation Management in Transition

James A. Joseph. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 39-47.

G-1

Gifts Involving Foreign Entities

M.L. Dickson. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 48-54.

Increasing Accountability: A Look at the United States National Committee for

Responsive Philanthropy

Robert Doyle and Livy A. Visano. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 34-40.

J-0

The Organization of Non-Share Capital Corporations for Charities and

Other Groups

Barbara Doherty. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 3-8.

P-R

Recent Tax Developments. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 55-56.

-Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 40-42.

-Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 59-62.

-Winter 1987 (Vol.VI. No.4), pp. 52-53.

A Response to “Stigmatizing the Disabled Through Fund-Raising

Appeals” (Counterpoint)

David Logan. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 38-39.

The Role of the Voluntary Sector in Developing and Monitoring Social Legislation: A Case History

P. Drennan-Searson, R. Weiler and B. Ward. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4),

pp. 48-51.

s

Some Evidence of the Distribution of Charitable Donations by Families in Canada

Harry Kitchen. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 3-33.

Some New Evidence of the Distribution of Religious Charitable Donations by

Families in Canada

Harry Kitchen. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 40-55.

Stigmatizing the Disabled Through Fund-Raising Appeals (Viewpoint)

Carl Toole. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 41-47.

T-Z

Tax-Effective Compensation For the Employees of Charitable Organizations

George V. Forster. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 24-37.

Book Review Index

A-B

The Asner Directory of Software for Associations, Charities and Non-Profit

Organizations,by Michael Asner. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 63- 65.

Basic Computer Knowledge for Non-Profits-Everything You Need to Know Made Easy, published by Volunteer, The National Center and the Taft Group. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 63-65.

c

Computer Resource Guide for Non-Profits (Third Edition), published by the Public

Management Institute. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 63-65.

Corporate Giving in Canada, by Richard A. Hopkinson. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 57-59.

D-F

For the Welfare of Mankind: The Commonwealth Fund and American Medicine, by A. McGehee Harvey, M.D. and Susan L. Abrams. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 61-63.

From the Top Down: The Executive Role in Volunteer Program Success, by S.J.

Ellis. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 58-61.

Funding of the Arts in Canada to the Year 2000: The Report of the Task Force on Funding of theArts, by Edmond Bovey,Joan Chalmers and Michael Theroux. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 54-58.

G

Giving and Volunteering: New Frontiers of Knowledge, edited by V. Hogkinson and R. Sumariwalla. Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 43-44.

H-1

In Art We Trust: The Board of Trustees in the Peiforming Arts, written and com­

piled by Robert W. Crawford. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3), pp. 63-66.

J-M

Moral Obligation or Marketing Tool? Examining the Roles of Corporate Philan­thropy, by Alice Muckier. Spring 1986 (Vol.VI, No.1), pp. 57-59.

Motivating Volunteers: How the Rewards of Unpaid Work Can Meet People’s Needs,

edited by L.F. Moore. Winter 1987 (Vol.VI, No.4), pp. 58-61.

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N

No Quick Fix (Planning), edited by Frederick B. Vogel. Fall 1986 (Vol.VI, No.3)

pp. 63-66.

0-Z

Tax Guide forCharities,by Donald R. Huggett, F.C.A and J. David Schijns, C.A

Summer 1986 (Vol.VI, No.2), pp. 45-46.