Religion in Philanthropic Organizations by Indiana University Press download in ePub, pdf, iPad
You are not currently authenticated. Mather worried that the original idealism had eroded, so he advocated philanthropic benefaction as a way of life. Its goal is to give more and more people throughout the world the opportunity to experience the Bible.
The Ministries supports Amish, Mennonite, and other conservative Anabaptists as they minister to the physical and religious needs of people worldwide. It partners with churches to serve the community, administer church and donor-advised funds for church members, and offer a cash management pool. The Poplar Foundation is an independent foundation that mostly gives within its base of Memphis and the metropolitan area. It reached a compromise between the Christian Democrats and the Socialists, to help promote uniform treatment and equal outcomes.
It supported the health projects of the League of Nations. So, while the two can certainly be distinguished, there is good reason not to separate them because, together, they tell the story of giving, especially in the United States. Each was devoted to a specific benefit to that religious community.
Structured giving through foundations is slowly growing, although public data on the philanthropic sector is sparse. The Catholics, for example, continued their medieval practice of using financial donations in their wills to lighten their punishment in purgatory after death.
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