Index to The Philanthropist, Volume 16

PREPARED BY CLAUDIA WILLETTS, M.L.S.

Subject Index

A

ACCOUNTABILITY. Universities 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 306–315

ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK. United Way organizations

Balanced Scorecard 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 111–132

APPRECIATED MARKETABLE SECURITIES SEE GIFTS OF APPRECIATED MARKETABLE SECURITIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

ART SEE GIFTS OF ART TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS ASSETS OF CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Purpose trusts. Exigibility to tort liabilities—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers

of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 1117 (C.A.)

2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 49–51

B

BALANCED SCORECARD. Accountability framework for United Way organizations 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 111–132

BUDGET. Canada 1999 Federal budget. Statutory changes to Canada Customs and Revenue Agency regulations 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 188–189

C

CANADA CUSTOMS AND REVENUE AGENCY 1999 Federal budget. Statutory changes to regulations 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 188–189

CANADA CUSTOMS AND REVENUE AGENCY Relations with Canadian Charity Tribunal 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 4–27

CANADIAN CHARITY TRIBUNAL

Proposed Canadian Charity Tribunal. Relations with Canada Customs and Revenue

Agency 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 4–27

CANADIAN CHARITY TRIBUNAL

Proposed Canadian Charity Tribunal. Structure and operations 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 4–27

CAPITAL GIFTS FROM ONE CHARITY TO ANOTHER

Specified capital gifts related to disbursement quota. Tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 133–134

CAPITAL GIFTS TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS Ten-year capital gifts. Tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103

CASE COMMENTS

Assets of charitable organizations: Purpose trusts. Exigibility to tort liabilities—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 1117 (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 49–51

CASE COMMENTS

Charitable trust property. Immunity from tort creditors. Implications for gifts to charitable organizations—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 1117, (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

CASE COMMENTS

Great Britain. Charitable organizations. Charitable purpose: Public benefit related to registration by Charity Commission of England and Wales—Case Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

CASE COMMENTS

Great Britain. Religion. Legal definition—Case Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

CASE COMMENTS Various cases 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 186–188

CHARITABLE DONATIONS SEE DONATIONS CHARITABLE ESTATE PLANNING 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 272–282

CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS SEE GIFTS TO CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS, PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

CHARITABLE GIFTS SEE GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS See also ASSETS OF CHARITABLE

ORGANIZATIONS, GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, UNITED

WAY ORGANIZATIONS

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Canadian charitable organizations. Creation by United States tax-exempt organizations. Key issues 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 157–174

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Charitable purpose: Advancement of religion related to Charter of Rights and

Freedoms

2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 74–99 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 193–220

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Marketing to ethnic groups 2000(V16,No.1), pp. 57–62

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Negotiation of gift agreements with donors 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 104–110

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS. Great Britain

Charitable purpose: Public benefit related to registration by Charity Commission of

England and Wales—Case Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

CHARITABLE PURPOSE. Charitable organizations

Advancement of religion related to Charter of Rights and Freedoms 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 74–99 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 193–220

CHARITABLE PURPOSE. Charitable organizations. Great Britain

Public benefit related to registration by Charity Commission of England and Wales—Case Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

CHARITABLE SECTOR SEE VOLUNTARY/THIRD SECTOR CHARITABLE TAX PLANNING 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 272–282

CHARITABLE TRUST PROPERTY

Immunity from tort creditors. Implications for gifts to charitable organizations—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 1117, (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

CHARITY COMMISSION OF ENGLAND AND WALES

Charitable organizations. Charitable purpose: Public benefit related to registration by Charity Commission—Case Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

CHARITY TRIBUNAL SEE CANADIAN CHARITY TRIBUNAL

CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS

Charitable organizations. Charitable purpose: Advancement of religion related to

Charter of Rights and Freedoms

2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 74–99 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 193–220

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS OF IRELAND IN CANADA, [2000] O.J. No. 117 (C.A.) Assets of charitable organizations: Purpose trusts. Exigibility to tort liabilities –

Case Comments 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 49–51

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS OF IRELAND IN CANADA, [2000] O.J. No. 1117, (C.A.) Charitable trust property. Immunity from tort creditors. Implications for gifts to

charitable organizations—Case Comments 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY. Charitable organizations. Great Britain

Charitable purpose: Public benefit related to registration by Charity Commission of

England and Wales—Case Comments 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT

Corporate community investment related to partnership initiatives with nonprofit sector 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 42–48

COMPANIES SEE GIFTS OF PRIVATE COMPANY SECURITIES TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, GIFTS OF SHARES/DEBT OF PRIVATE COMPANIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

CONSTITUTIONAL CLARIFICATION Human rights: Freedom of religion 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 74–99

CORPORATE COMMUNITY INVESTMENT

Related to partnership initiatives with nonprofit sector 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 42–48

CORPORATE GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Related to partnership initiatives with nonprofit sector 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 42–48

CREDITORS

Tort creditors. Immunity of charitable trust property. Implications for gifts to charitable organizations—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 1117, (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

D

DEBT SEE GIFTS OF SHARES/DEBT OF PRIVATE COMPANIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

DEFINITION SEE LEGAL DEFINITION

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA. Gifts of specified capital from one charity to another

Tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 133–134

DISBURSEMENT QUOTA. Restricted gifts to charitable foundations

Tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 179–181

DISCRETIONARY GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS BY WILL Tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 183–185

DONATIONS See also GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS DONATIONS. Great Britain

Private charitable donations. Effects of United Kingdom National Lottery—Surveys 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 33–41

DONOR INVOLVEMENT. Gifts to charitable organizations

Increased donor involvement 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 104–110

DONORS

Negotiation of gift agreements with charitable organizations 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 104–110

E

ELECTRONIC INCOME TAX RECEIPTS. Gifts to charitable organizations via Internet

Issuance. Regulations 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 185–186

ENGLAND SEE CHARITY COMMISSION OF ENGLAND AND WALES EQUALITY. Human rights

Related to freedom of religion 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 193–220

ESTATE PLANNING Charitable estate planning 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 272–282

ETHNIC GROUPS

Marketing by charitable organizations 2000(V16,No.1), pp. 57–62

F

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Relationship with voluntary/third sector: Voluntary Sector Initiative 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 240–262 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 263–271

FOREIGN CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS SEE GIFTS TO FOREIGN CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS BY CANADIAN PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

FOUNDATIONS SEE CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS

G

GAMBLING SEE LOTTERIES

GIFT AGREEMENTS. Charitable organizations

Negotiation with donors 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 104–110

GIFTS OF APPRECIATED MARKETABLE SECURITIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

Discriminatory tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103

GIFTS OF ART TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Valuation. Potential penalties 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 181–183

GIFTS OF ENCUMBERED REAL ESTATE TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 175–176

GIFTS OF PRIVATE COMPANY SECURITIES TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 272–276

GIFTS OF SHARES/DEBT OF PRIVATE COMPANIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

Discriminatory tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103

GIFTS OF SPECIFIED CAPITAL FROM ONE CHARITY TO ANOTHER Related to disbursement quota. Tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 133–134

GIFTS TO CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS

Restricted gifts related to disbursement quota. Tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 179–181

GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Corporate gifts to charitable organizations related to partnership initiatives with nonprofit sector 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 42–48

GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

Implications of immunity of charitable trust property from tort creditors—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 1117, (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Increased donor involvement 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 104–110

GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Large gifts. Tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 177

GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS BY WILL

Discretionary gifts to charitable organizations by will. Tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 183–185

GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS VIA INTERNET Issuance of electronic income tax receipts. Regulations 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 185–186

GIFTS TO FOREIGN CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS BY CANADIAN PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

Tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103 2000(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 178–179

GIFTS TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS Ten-year capital gifts. Tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103

GOVERNMENTS SEE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GREAT BRITIAN

Charitable organizations. Charitable purpose: Public benefit related to registration by Charity Commission of England and Wales—Case Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

GREAT BRITAIN

Private charitable donations. Effects of United Kingdom National Lottery—Surveys 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 33–41

GREAT BRITAIN

Religion. Legal definition—Case Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

H

HUMAN RIGHTS

Equality related to freedom of religion 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 193–220

I

INCOME TAX SEE TAX TREATMENT

INCOME TAX RECEIPTS. Gifts to charitable organizations via Internet

Electronic receipts. Regulations 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 185–186

INCORPORATION. Nonprofit organizations 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 283–294

INTERNET SEE GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS VIA INTERNET

J-K-L

LARGE GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 177

LEGAL DEFINITION. Religion. Great Britain

Case Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

LIABILITIES

Tort liabilities. Exigibility of purpose trusts and assets of charitable organizations—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 117 (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 49–51

LOTTERIES. Great Britain

United Kingdom National Lottery. Effects on private charitable donations—Surveys 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 33–41

M

MARKETABLE SECURITIES SEE GIFTS OF APPRECIATED MARKETABLE SECURITIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

MARKETING. Charitable organizations

To ethnic groups 2000(V16,No.1), pp. 57–62

N

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS See also CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

Incorporation 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 283–294

NONPROFIT SECTOR

Corporate community investment and gifts to charitable organizations, related to partnership initiatives with nonprofit sector 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 42–48

O–P

PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVES

Corporate community investment and gifts to charitable organizations, related to partnership initiatives with nonprofit sector 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 42–48

THE PHILANTHROPIST/LE PHILANTHROPE

Volume 15—Index 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 138–153

PRIVATE CHARITABLE DONATIONS. Great Britain

Effects of United Kingdom National Lottery—Surveys 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 33–41

PRIVATE COMPANIES SEE GIFTS OF PRIVATE COMPANY SECURITIES TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS, GIFTS OF SHARES/DEBT OF PRIVATE COMPANIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS See also GIFTS OF APPRECIATED MARKETABLE SECURITIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS, GIFTS OF SHARES/DEBT OF PRIVATE COMPANIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS, GIFTS TO FOREIGN CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS BY CANADIAN PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS, TEN-YEAR CAPITAL GIFTS TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS Discriminatory tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 281–282

PROPERTY

Charitable trust property. Immunity from tort creditors. Implications for gifts to charitable organizations—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 117, (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

PUBLIC BENEFIT. Charitable purpose. Charitable organizations. Great Britain

Related to registration by Charity Commission of England and Wales—Case

Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

PUBLIC POLICY

Involvement of voluntary/third sector 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 295–305

PURPOSE TRUSTS. Assets of charitable organizations

Exigibility to tort liabilities—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in

Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 117 (C.A.)

2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 49–51

Q–R

REAL ESTATE SEE GIFTS OF ENCUMBERED REAL ESTATE TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

RECEIPTS

Electronic income tax receipts. Issuance for gifts to charitable organizations via

Internet. Regulations 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 185–186

REGISTERED CHARITIES SEE CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS REGISTRATION. Charitable organizations. Great Britain

Related to charitable purpose: Public benefit—Case Comments: Church of

Scientology

2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

RELIGION

Freedom of religion related to equality 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 193–220

RELIGION. Charitable purpose. Charitable organizations

Advancement of religion related to Charter of Rights and Freedoms 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 74–99 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 193–220

RELIGION. Great Britain

Legal definition—Case Comments: Church of Scientology 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 51–56

RESTRICTED GIFTS TO CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS Related to disbursement quotas. Tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 179–181

REVENUE CANADA SEE CANADA CUSTOMS AND REVENUE AGENCY

S

SCIENTOLOGY SEE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY

SECURITIES SEE GIFTS OF PRIVATE COMPANY SECURITIES TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

SHARES SEE GIFTS OF SHARES/DEBT OF PRIVATE COMPANIES TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

SPECIFIED CAPITAL SEE GIFTS OF SPECIFIED CAPITAL FROM ONE CHARITY TO ANOTHER

T

@FIRST = TAX PLANNING Charitable tax planning 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 272–282

TAX TREATMENT. Disbursement quota related to gifts of specified capital from one charity to another 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 133–134

TAX TREATMENT. Discretionary gifts to charitable organizations by will 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 183–185

TAX TREATMENT. Gifts of appreciated marketable securities and gifts of shares/debt of private companies to private foundations

Discriminatory tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103

TAX TREATMENT. Gifts of encumbered real estate to charitable organizations 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 175–176

TAX TREATMENT. Gifts of private company securities to charitable organizations 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 272–276

TAX TREATMENT. Gifts to foreign charitable organizations by Canadian private foundations 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103 2000(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 178–179

TAX TREATMENT. Large gifts to charitable organizations 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 177

TAX TREATMENT. Private foundations

Discriminatory tax treatment 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 281–282

TAX TREATMENT. Restricted gifts to charitable foundations

Related to disbursement quota 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 179–181

TAX TREATMENT. Ten-year capital gifts to private foundations 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103

TEN-YEAR CAPITAL GIFTS TO PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS Tax treatment 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103

TESTAMENTARY GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS SEE GIFTS TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS BY WILL

THIRD SECTOR SEE VOLUNTARY/THIRD SECTOR TORT CREDITORS

Immunity of charitable trust property. Implications for gifts to charitable organizations—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada,

[2000] O.J. No. 1117, (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

TORT LIABILITIES

Assets of charitable organizations: Purpose trusts. Exigibility to tort liabilities—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 117 (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 49–51

TRUST PROPERTY

Charitable trust property. Immunity from tort creditors. Implications for gifts to charitable organizations—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 1117, (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

TRUSTS. Assets of charitable organizations

Purpose trusts. Exigibility to tort liabilities—Case Comments: Re Christian Brothers of Ireland in Canada, [2000] O.J. No. 1117 (C.A.) 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 49–51

U

UNITED KINGDOM See also GREAT BRITAIN UNITED KINGDOM NATIONAL LOTTERY

Effects on private charitable donations—Surveys 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 33–41

UNITED STATES TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS Creation of Canadian registered charities. Key issues 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 157–174

UNITED WAY ORGANIZATIONS

Accountability framework: Balanced Scorecard 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 111–132

UNIVERSITIES Accountability 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 306–315

UNIVERSITIES

Role in voluntary/third sector 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 306–315

V

VALUATION. Gifts of art to charitable organizations

Potential penalties 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 181–183

VOLUNTARY SECTOR INITIATIVE

Federal government. Relationship with voluntary/third sector 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 240–262 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 263–271

VOLUNTARY/THIRD SECTOR See also NONPROFIT SECTOR VOLUNTARY/THIRD SECTOR

Involvement in public policy 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 295–305

VOLUNTARY/THIRD SECTOR Role of universities 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 306–315

Author Index

Brock, Kathy L.

Democracy is Coming: The New Interest in NGOs, Civil Society and the Third

Sector. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 263–271

Bromley, Kathryn

The Advancement of Religion in the Age of Fundamental Human Rights, Part 1.

2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 74–99

The Advancement of Religion in the Age of Fundamental Human Rights, Part 2.

2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 193–220

Carter, Terrance S.

Case Comment: Christian Brothers Decision Exposes Charitable Trust Assets to Tort

Creditors. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

Guidance for United States Tax-Exempt Organizations Commencing Charitable

Operations in Canada. 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 157–174

Cutt, James

An Approach to a Balanced Scorecard for United Way Organizations.

2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 111–132

Drache, Arthur B.C.

A Canadian Charity Tribunal: A Proposal for Implementation. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 4–27

Farquhar, Robin H.

Universities in Canada’s Voluntary Charitable Sector: Do They Belong?

2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 306–315

Goodman, Wolfe D.

Some Issues Relating to the Treatment of Private Foundations Under the Income

Tax Act (Viewpoint). 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103

Hawley, William D.

Current Issues in Charitable Tax Planning. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 272–282

Hunter, W. Laird

A Canadian Charity Tribunal: A Proposal for Implementation. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 4–27

Lalani, Shamin

Dancing the Intricate Tango: Charities and Donors Take the Floor.

2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 104–110

Madhani, Bahadur

Staying Relevant in the Face of Demographic Change. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 57–62

Murray, Victor

An Approach to a Balanced Scorecard for United Way Organizations.

2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 111–132

Parker, Martha

New Alliances: For-Profits and Not-For-Profits Working Together (Viewpoint).

2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 42–48

Parks, James M.

New Developments and Challenges With Canada Customs and Revenue Agency.

2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 175–192

Passey, Andrew

Charity and Lottery: The British Experience. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 33–41

Phillips, James

Legal Developments. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 49–56

Phillips, Susan D.

From Charity to Clarity: Reinventing Federal Government-Voluntary Sector

Relationships. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 240–262

Stevens, David P.

Legal Developments. 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 133–134

Sullivan, Clare A.

To Be Or Not To Be…Incorporated: Incorporation and Subsequent Activities of

Charities. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 283–294

Willetts, Claudia

Index to The Philanthropist, Volume 15. 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 138–153

If Not Now, When? (Viewpoint). 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 295–305

Title Index

The Advancement of Religion in the Age of Fundamental Human Rights, Part 1

Kathryn Bromley. 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 74–99

The Advancement of Religion in the Age of Fundamental Human Rights, Part 2

Kathryn Bromley. 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 193–220

An Approach to a Balanced Scorecard for United Way Organizations

James Cutt and Victor Murray. 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 111–132

A Canadian Charity Tribunal: A Proposal For Implementation

Arthur B.C. Drache with W. Laird Hunter. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 4–27

Case Comment: Christian Brothers Decision Exposes Charitable Trust Assets to Tort

Creditors

Terrance S. Carter. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 28–32

Charity and Lottery: The British Experience

Andrew Passey. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 33–41

Current Issues in Charitable Tax Planning

William D. Hawley. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 272–282

Dancing the Intricate Tango: Charities and Donors Take the Floor

Shamin Lalani. 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 104–110

Democracy is Coming: The New Interest in NGOs, Civil Society and the Third Sector

Kathy L. Brock. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 263–271

From Charity to Clarity: Reinventing Federal Government-Voluntary Sector

Relationships

Susan D. Phillips. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 240–262

Guidance for United States Tax-Exempt Organizations Commencing Charitable

Operations in Canada

Terrance S. Carter. 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 157–174

If Not Now, When? (Viewpoint)

Bob Wyatt. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 295–305

Index to The Philanthropist , Volume 15

Claudia Willetts. 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 138–153

Legal Developments

James Phillips. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 49–56

David P. Stevens. 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 133–134

New Alliances: For-Profits and Not-For-Profits Working Together (Viewpoint)

Martha Parker. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 42–48

New Developments and Challenges With Canada Customs and Revenue Agency

James M. Parks. 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 175–192

Some Issues Relating to the Treatment of Private Foundations Under the Income Tax

Act (Viewpoint)

Wolfe D. Goodman. 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 100–103

Staying Relevant in the Face of Demographic Change

Bahadur Madhani. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 57–62

To Be Or Not to Be…Incorporated: Incorporation and Subsequent Activities of Charities

Clare A. Sullivan. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 283–294

Universities in Canada’s Voluntary Charitable Sector: Do They Belong?

Robin H. Farquhar. 2001(Vol.16,No.4), pp. 306–315

Book Review Index

Angels of Mercy or Developmental Diplomats? NGOs and Foreign Aid, by Terje Tvedt.

2000(Vol.16,No.1), 69–70

Benchmarks of Excellence for the Voluntary Sector, developed and written by Linda

Mollenhauer. 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 227–228

The Collaboration Challenge: How Nonprofits and Businesses Succeed Through

Strategic Alliances, by James E. Austin. 2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 135–137

Connecting Companies to Communities: A Guide to the Design and Management of

Community Investment Programs, published by Canadian Centre for Philanthropy.

2000(Vol.16,No.2), pp. 135–137

Don’t Just Give It Away: How to Make the Most of Your Charitable Giving, by Renata J.

Rafferty. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 63–66

Ethical Decision-Making in Fund Raising, by Marilyn Fischer. 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp.

225–227

International Fund Raising for Not-for-profits: A Country-by-Country Profile, edited by

Thomas Harris. 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 234–236

Leaders Who Make a Difference: Textbook and Inspiration, by Burt Nanus and Stephen

M. Dobbs 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 229–233

Making Money While Making a Difference: How to Profit with a Non-Profit Partner, by

Richard Steckel, Robin Simons, Jeffrey Simons and Norman Tanen. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 67–69

The NonProfit Sector in Canada: Roles and Relationships, edited by Keith Banting.

2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp. 221–224

Robin Hood Was Right: A Guide to Giving Your Money for Social Change, by Chuck

Collins, Pam Rogers, and Joan P. Garner. 2000(Vol.16,No.1), pp. 63–66

Transforming Fundraising: A Practical Guide to Evaluating and Strengthening

Fundraising To Grow With Change, by Judith E. Nichols. 2001(Vol.16,No.3), pp.