Index to The Philanthropist, Volume 14

PREPARED BY CLAUDIA WILLETS, M.L.S.

Subject Index

A

ADVOCACY SEE POLITICAL ADVOCACY ALTRUISM. Charitable organizations

Related to charitable purpose. Legal definition -Proposals 1997(Voi.14,No.2), pp. 45-55

ARTS

Support. Role of the Laidlaw Foundation 1998(Voi.14,No.3), pp. 24-33

ASSETS See also GIFTS OF CAPITAL ASSETS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS ASSETS. Hospital foundations

Effects of health care restructuring 1997(Voi.14,No.2), pp. 3-35

B

BOARDS OF DIRECTORS. Nonprofit organizations

Management models 1999(Voi.14,No.4), pp. 57-63

Boy Scouts of Canada, Provincial Council of Newfoundland v. Doyle (140) D.L.R.(4th)

22 (Nfld.C.A.)

Doctrine of cy-pres -Case comments 1998(Voi.14,No.3), pp. 58-61

Re: Buchanan (1996), II E.T.R.(2d) 8 (B.C.S.C.) Doctrine of cy-pres -Case comments

1998(Voi.14,No.3), pp. 59-61

BUDGET. Canada 1997 Federal budget. Discouragement of gifts of capital assets to charitable organizations. Tax treatment: Resolution 21 1997(Vo1.14,No.1), pp. 27-41

BUDGET. Canada 1997 Federal budget. Encouragment of gifts to charitable organizations. Tax treatment 1997(Voi.14,No.1), pp. 58-61

BUSINESS

Relationship with voluntary/third sector 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 49-57

c

CAPITAL ASSETS See also GIFfS OF CAPITAL ASSETS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, SOCIAL CAPITAL

CASE COMMENTS

Charitable organizations. Charitable purpose and political advocacy related to registration by Revenue

Canada-Case comments: Human Life International of Canada v. Minister of

National Revenue, [1998] 3 F.C. 202 (C.A.)

1999(Vo1.14,No.4), pp. 4-16

CASE COMMENTS

Charitable organizations. Charitable purpose related to registration by Revenue Canada -Case comments: Vancouver Society of Immigrant and Visible Minority Women v. M.N.R.

(1996), 95 N.R 235 (Fed. C.A.) 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 36-38

CASE COMMENTS Doctrine of cy-pres 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 37-38

CASE COMMENTS

Doctrine of cy-pres-Case comments: Re: Buchanan996), II E.T.R.(2d) 8 (B.C.S.C.), and McMinn v.Watson, unreported, 29 December 1997, [1997]B.C.J. No. 2867 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 59-61

CASE COMMENTS

Doctrine of cy-pres -Case comments: Royal Trust Corporation of Canada v.

Hospital for Sick Children (1997), 17 E.T.R.(2d) 57 (B.C.S.C), Boy Scouts of Canada, Provincial Council of Newfoundland v. Doyle (140) D.L.R.(4th) 22 (Nfld.C.A.)

1998(Vo1.14,No.3), pp. 58-61

CASE COMMENTS

Pledges of charitable donations. Enforcement 1998(Vo1.14,No.3), pp. 60-61

CHARITABLE DONATIONS

Pledges of. Enforcement-Case comments 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 60-61

CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS SEE HOSPITAL FOUNDATIONS, PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS See also GIFfS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Charitable purpose. Legal definition-Proposals 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 45-55

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Charitable purpose. Legal definition by law courts compared with Parliament 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 17-25

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Charitable purpose and political advocacy related to registration by Revenue Canada-Case comments: Human Life International of Canada v. Minister of National Revenue, [1998]3 F.C. 202 (C.A.) 1999(Vo1.14,No.4), pp. 4-16

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Charitable purpose related to registration by Revenue Canada-Case comments: Vancouver Society of Immigrant and Visible Minority Women v. M.N.R. (1996), 95 N.R 235 (Fed. C.A.) 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 36-38

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS. Ontario

Law reform -Recommendations 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 38-44

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS WHICH NO LONGER EXIST SEE CY-PRES

DOCTRINE

CHARITABLE PURPOSE. Charitable organizations

And political advocacy related to registration by Revenue Canada-Case comments: Human Life International of Canada v. Minister of National Revenue, [1998] 3 F.C. 202 (C.A.) 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 4-16

CHARITABLE PURPOSE. Charitable organizations

Legal definition-Proposals 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 45-55

CHARITABLE PURPOSE. Charitable organizations

Legal definition by law courts compared with Parliament 1999(Vo1.14,No.4), pp. 17-25

CHARITABLE PURPOSE. Charitable organizations

Related to registration by Revenue Canada-Case comments: Vancouver Society of

Immigrant and Visible Minority Women v. M.N.R. (1996), 95 N.R 235 (Fed. C.A.)

1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 36-38

CHARITABLE SECTOR SEEVOLUNTARYffHIRD SECTOR

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CHARITABLE TRUSTS. Planned giving instruments

Charitable remainder trusts. Tax treatment. Comparison between Canada and the

United States 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 3-16

CHARITY COMMISSION OF ENGLAND AND WALES 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 5-7

CHARITY COMMISSION OF ENGLAND AND WALES As a possible model for Canada 1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 8-26

CHILDREN

Support. Role of the Laidlaw Foundation 1998(Vo1.14,No.3), pp. 24-33

COMMUNITIES

Caring communities. Investment strategies 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 26-46

CONSULTANTS

Management consultants. Role in encouragement of volunteers in nonprofit organizations 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 47-56

COURTS OF LAW SEE LAW COURTS

CY-PRES DOCTRINE

-Case comments 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 37-38

CY-PRES DOCTRINE

-Case comments: Re: Buchanan (1996), 11 E.T.R.(2d) 8 (B.C.S.C.), and

McMinn v. Watson, unreported, 29 December 1997, [1997]B.C.J. No. 2867

1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 59-61

CY-PRES DOCTRINE

-Case comments: Royal Trust Corporation of Canada v. Hospital for Sick

Children (1997), 17 E.T.R.(2d) 57 (B.C.S.C), Boy Scouts of Canada, Provincial

Council of Newfoundland v. Doyle (140) D.L.R.(4th) 22 (Nfld.C.A.)

1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 58-61

D

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. Canada

Discouragement of gifts of capital assets to charitable organizations 1997(Vol4,Nol), pp. 27-41

DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE. CANADA SEE REVENUE CANADA DIRECTORS SEE BOARDS OF DIRECTORS

DOCTRINE OF CY-PRES SEE CY-PRES DOCTRINE

DONATIONS See also GIFI’S TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS DONATIONS

Pledges of charitable donations. Enforcement -Case comments 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 60-61

E

ENDOWED FUNDS. Hospitals. Great Britain

Effects of nationalization 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 3-35

ENGLAND SEE CHARITY COMMISSION OF ENGLAND AND WALES ENVIRONMENT

Support of the environment. Role of the Laidlaw Foundation 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 24-33

F

FAILED CHARITABLE TRUSTS SEE CY-PRES DOCTRINE FAMILY FOUNDATIONS SEE LAIDLAW FOUNDATION FOUNDATIONS SEE CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS

FUND RAISING See also PLANNED GIVING INSTRUMENTS

FUND-RAISING STRATEGIES. Private foundations

Loanbacks. Tax treatment: Discouragement by Resolution 21 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 27-41

FUNDS. Hospitals. Great Britain

Endowed funds. Effects of nationalization 1997(Vol.14,No.2), pp. 3-35

G

GIFI’S OF CAPITAL ASSETS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Discouragement by 1997 Federal budget 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 27-41

GIFI’S OF SHARES TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Tax treatment: Discouragement by Resolution 21 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 27-41

GIFI’S TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Acceptance criteria 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 42-55

GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Tax treatment. Encouragement by 1997 Federal budget 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 58-61

GIFTS TO HOSPITAL FOUNDATIONS Effects of health care restructuring 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 3-35

GIVING INSTRUMENTS

Planned giving instruments: Charitable remainder trusts. Tax treatment. Comparison between Canada and the United States 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 3-16

GOVERNMENT

Relationship with voluntary/third sector 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 49-57

GREAT BRITAIN

Charity Commission of England and Wales 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 5-7

GREAT BRITAIN

Charity Commission of England and Wales as a possible model for Canada 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 8-26

GREAT BRITAIN

Hospitals. Endowed funds. Effects of nationalization 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 3-35

H

HOSPITAL FOUNDATIONS

Assets. Effects of health care restructuring 1997(Vol.14,No.2), pp. 3-35

HOSPITALS. Great Britain

Endowed funds. Effects of nationalization 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 3-35

Human Life International of Canada v. Minister of National Revenue,

[1998] 3 F.C. 202 (C.A.)

Charitable organizations. Charitable purpose and political advocacy related to registration by Revenue Canada-Case comments 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 4-16

HUMAN RESOURCES ISSUES. Nonprofit sector

-Research needs 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 34-48

I

INCOME TAX SEE TAX TREATMENT INVESTMENT. Caring communities

Strategies 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 26-46

J-L

LABOUR MARKET. Nonprofit sector

-Research needs 1998(Voi.14,No.3), pp. 34-48

LAIDLAW FOUNDATION

Support of children and youth, the environment and the arts, and a social development plan for Toronto 1998(Vo1.14,No.3), pp. 24-33

LAW COURTS

Compared with Parliament in the legal definition of charitable purpose of charitable organizations 1999(Vo1.14,No.4), pp. 17-25

LAW REFORM. Charitable organizations. Ontario

-Recommendations 1997(Voi.14,No.2), pp. 38-44

LEGAL DEFINITION. Charitable purpose. Charitable organizations

By law courts compared with Parliament 1999(Voi.14,No.4), pp. 17-25

LEGAL DEFINITION. Charitable purpose. Charitable organizations

-Proposals 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 45-55

LOANBACKS. Fund-raising strategies. Private foundations

Tax treatment: Discouragement by Resolution 21 1997(Voi.14,No.1), pp. 27-41

M

MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS

Role in encouragement of volunteers in nonprofit organizations 1999(Voi.14,No.4), pp. 47-56

MANAGEMENT MODELS. Boards of directors. Nonprofit organizations 1999(Voi.14,No.4), pp. 57-63

Mcminn v.Watson, unreported, 29 December 1997, [1997]B.C.J. No. 2867

Doctrine of cy-pres -Case comments 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 59-61

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS See also CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, HOSPITALS

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

Boards of directors. Management models 1999(Vo1.14,No.4), pp. 57-63

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

Volunteers. Encouragement. Role of management consultants 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 47-56

NONPROFIT SECTOR

Human resources issues -Research needs 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 34-48

0

ONTARIO

Charitable organizations. Law reform -Recommendations 1997(Vol4,No2), pp. 38-44

ONTARIO

Hospital foundations. Assets. Effects of health care restructuring 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 3-35

p

PARLIAMENT

Compared with law courts in the legal definition of charitable purpose of charitable organizations 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 17-25

THE PHILANTHROPISTILE PHILANTHROPE

History 1997(Vo1.14,No.1), pp. 2-3

THE PHILANTHROPISTILE PHILANTHROPE

Volume 13 -Index 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 56-69

PHILANTHROPY. Charitable organizations

Related to charitable purpose. Legal definition-Proposals 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 45-55

PLANNED GIVING INSTRUMENTS See also ENDOWED FUNDS PLANNED GIVING INSTRUMENTS

Charitable remainder trusts. Tax treatment. Comparison between Canada and the

United States 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 3-16

POLITICAL ADVOCACY. Charitable organizations

Charitable purpose and political advocacy related to registration by Revenue Canada

-Case comments: Human Life International of Canada v. Minister of

National Revenue, [1998] 3 F.C. 202 (C.A.)

1999(Vol.14,No.4), pp. 4-16

POVERTY REDUCTION

Public policy strategy for caring communities 1999(Vo1.14,No.4), pp. 26-46

PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS See also LAIDLAW FOUNDATION PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

Fund-raising strategies: Loanbacks. Tax treatment: Discouragement by Resolution 21 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 27-41

Q-R

REGISTERED CHARITIES SEE CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS REGISTRATION. Charitable organizations

By Revenue Canada related to charitable purpose-Case comments: Vancouver

Society of Immigrant and Visible Minority Women v. M.N.R. (1996), 95 N.R

235 (Fed. C.A.) 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 36-38

REGISTRATION. Charitable organizations

By Revenue Canada related to charitable purpose and political advocacy-Case comments: Human Life International of Canada v. Minister of National Revenue, [1998] 3 F.C. 202 (C.A.) 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 4-16

REMAINDER TRUSTS. Planned giving instruments

Charitable remainder trusts. Tax treatment. Comparison between Canada and the

United States 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 3-16

RESOLUTION 21. Tax treatment. Gifts of capital assets to charitable organizations

Discouragement 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 27-41

RESOLUTION 21. Tax treatment. Gifts of shares to charitable organizations

Discouragement 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 27-41

RESOLUTION 21. Tax treatment. Loanbacks. Fund-raising strategies. Private foundations

Discouragement997(Vo1.14,No.1), pp. 27-41

REVENUE CANADA

Registration of charitable organizations related to charitable purpose -Case comments: Vancouver Society of Immigrant and Visible Minority Women v. M.N.R. (1996), 95 N.R 235 (Fed. C.A.) 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 36-38

REVENUE CANADA

Registration of charitable organizations related to charitable purpose and political advocacy-Case comments: Human Life International of Canada v. Minister of National Revenue, [1998] 3 F.C. 202 (C.A.) 1999(Vo1.14,No.4), pp. 4-16

Royal Trust Corporation of Canada v.Hospital for Sick Children (1997), 17 E.T.R.(2d) 57 (B.C.S.C), Doctrine of cy-pres-Case comments

1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 58-61

s

SHARES SEE GIFTS OF SHARES TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS SOCIAL CAPITAL

Importance of building 1998(Vol4,No.3), 17-23

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS. Toronto

Role of the Laidlaw Foundation 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 24-33

T

TAX TREATMENT. Charitable remainder trusts. Planned giving instruments

Comparison between Canada and the United States 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 3-16

TAX TREATMENT. Gifts of capital assets to charitable organizations

Discouragement by Resolution 21 1997(Vo1.14,No.1), pp. 27-41

TAX TREATMENT. Gifts of shares to charitable organizations

Discouragement by Resolution 21 1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 27-41

TAX TREATMENT. Gifts to charitable organizations

Encouragement by 1997 Federal budget 1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 58-61

TAX TREATMENT. Loanbacks. Fund-raising strategies. Private foundations

Discouragement by Resolution 21 1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 27-41

TORONTO See also UNITED WAY OF GREATER TORONTO

TORONTO

Social development plan for. Role of the Laidlaw Foundation 1998(Vo1.14,No.3), pp. 24-33

TRUSTS. Planned giving instruments

Charitable remainder trusts. Tax treatment. Comparison between Canada and the

United States 1998(Vo1.14,No.3), pp. 3-16

u

UNITED KINGDOM SEE GREAT BRITAIN UNITED STATES

Planned giving instruments: Charitable remainder trusts. Tax treatment. Comparison between Canada and the United States 1998(Vo1.14,No.3), pp. 3-16

UNITED WAY OF GREATER IDRONTO 1997(Vo1.14,No.1), pp. 56-57

v

VANCOUVER SOCIETY OF IMMIGRANT AND VISIBLE MINORITY WOMEN v. M.N.R.

(1996), 95 N.R. 235 (Fed. C.A.)

Charitable organizations. Charitable purpose related to registration by Revenue

Canada -Case comments 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 36-38

VOLUNTARYffHIRD SECTOR See also NONPROFIT SECTOR VOLUNTARYffHIRD SECTOR

Relationship with government and business 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 49-57

VOLUNTEERS. Nonprofit organizations

Encouragement. Role of management consultants 1999(Vo1.14,No.4), pp. 47-56

W-Z

WALES SEE CHARITY COMMISSION OF ENGLAND AND WALES YOUTH

Support. Role of the Laidlaw Foundation 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 24-33

Author Index

Betcherman, Gordon

Work in the Nonprofit Sector: The Knowledge Gap. 1998(Vol.14,No.3), pp. 34-48

Brodhead, Tim

Coming of Age- the Dating Game. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 49-57

Bromley, Blake

Dolphins, Tuna and Mudsharks: Reflections on the “Bre-X Budget” for Charities

(Viewpoint). 1997(Vo1.14,No.1), pp.27-41

A Response to “Helping Canadians Help Canadians: Improving Governance in the

Voluntary Sector” (Viewpoint). 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 17-25

Chouinard, Carole

Comparison of the Tax Treatment of Charitable Remainder Trusts in Canada and the United States. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp.3-16

Davidman, Katie

Work in the Nonprofit Sector: The Knowledge Gap. 1998(Vo1.14,No.3), pp. 34-48

Drache, Arthur B.

The English Charity Commission Concept in the Canadian Context.

1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 8-26

Ferguson, David M.

“Commitment” In the Age of Free Agency (Viewpoint). 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp.

47-56

Frame, Wendy

Recent Tax Developments. 1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 58-61

Gilbert, Nathan

1998 Report to the Members of the Laidlaw Foundation. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 24-33

Golden, Anne

Response to “United Way, Where Are You Leading Us?” ( 1996), 13 Philanthrop.

No.3, pp. 27-33 (Counterpoint). 1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 56-57

Hall, Michael

Work in the Nonprofit Sector: The Knowledge Gap. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 34-48

Lalani, Shamin

Looking a Gift Horse In the Mouth. 1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 42-55

Maxwell, Judith

Reconnecting Communities: Two Scenarios for the 21st Century.

1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 17-23

Murray, Victor

Reinventing Your Board (Book Review). 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 57-63

Phillips, James

Case Comments; Human Life International v. Minister of National Revenue.

1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 4-16

Legal Developments. 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 36-44

Legal Developments. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 58-61

The Ontario Law Reform Commission and the Legal Meaning of Charity.

1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 45-55

Shushelski, Carolyn F

The Effects of Health Care Restructuring on Hospital Foundations in Ontario.

1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 3-35

Torjman, Sherri

Strategies for a Caring Society. 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 26-46

Whitaker, Marni M.K.

The Effects of Health Care Restructuring on Hospital Foundations in Ontario.

1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 3-35

White, Deena

Work in the Nonprofit Sector: The Knowledge Gap. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 34-48

Willetts, Claudia

Index to The Philanthropist, Volume I 3. 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 56-69

Wilson, Bertha

By Way of Introduction. 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 5-7

Title Index

1998 Report to the Members of the Laidlaw Foundation

Nathan Gilbert. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 24-33

By Way of Introduction

Bertha Wilson. 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 5-7

Case Comments: Human Life International v. Minister of National Revenue

James Phillips. 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 4-16

Coming of Age the Dating Game

Tim Brodhead. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 49-57

“Commitment” In the Age of Free Agency (Viewpoint)

David M. Ferguson. 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 47-56

Comparison of the Tax Treatment of Charitable Remainder Trusts in Canada and the

United States

Carole Chouinard. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp.3-16

Dolphins, Tuna and Mudsharks: Reflections on the “Bre-X Budget” for Charities

(Viewpoint)

Blake Bromley. 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp.27-41

The Effects of Health Care Restructuring on Hospital Foundations in Ontario

Marni M.K. Whitaker and Carolyn F. Shushelski. 1997(Vol4,No.2), pp. 3-35

The English Charity Commission Concept in the Canadian Context

Arthur B. Drache. 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 8-26

Index to The Philanthropist, Volume 13

Claudia Willetts. 1997(Vo1.14,No.2), pp. 56-69

Legal Developments

James Phillips. 1997(Vo1.14,No.2), pp. 36-44

-1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 58-61

Looking a Gift Horse In the Mouth

Shamin Lalani. 1997(Vo1.14,No.1), pp. 42-55

The Ontario Law Reform Commission and the Legal Meaning of Charity

James Phillips. 1997(Vo1.14,No.2), pp. 45-55

Recent Tax Developments

Wendy Frame. 1997(Vol4,No.1), pp. 58-61

Reconnecting Communities: Two Scenarios for the 21st Century

Judith Maxwell. 1998(Vo1.14,No.3), pp. 17-23

Reinventing Your Board (Book Review)

Victor Murray. 1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 57-63

A Response to “Helping Canadians Help Canadians: Improving Governance in the

Voluntary Sector” (Viewpoint)

Blake Bromley. 1999(Vo1.14,No.4), pp. 17-25

A Response to “United Way, Where Are You Leading Us?” ( 1996), 13 Philanthrop. No.3, pp. 27-33 (Counterpoint)

Anne Golden. 1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 56-57

Strategies for a Caring Society

Sherri Torjman. 1999(Vol.14,No.4), pp. 26-46

Work in the Nonprofit Sector: The Knowledge Gap

Katie Davidman, Gordon Betcherman, Michael Hall and Deena White. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 34-48

Book Review Index

A is for Ask: A Fundraising Guide, published by Canadian School Boards Association/L’Association canadienne des commissions/conseils scolaires.998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 62-64

Not1or-profit Financial Reporting Guide, by Kerry Danyluk. 1999(Vol4,No.4), p. 64

Reinventing Your Board, by John Carver and Miriam Mayhew Carver.

1999(Vol4,No.4), pp. 57-63

What Are You Doing With My Money?: Solutions to Important Issues Facing Charities,

by Ken Dick. 1998(Vol4,No.3), pp. 65-66

Women Who Give Away Millions: Portraits of Canadian Philanthropists, by Iris Nowell.

1997(Vol.14,No.1), pp. 62-65