Raising Charitable Children

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F.E. Robbins & Sons, May 1, 2006 - Child rearing - 125 pages
7 Reviews
An easy-reading how-to guide for introducing children of all ages to charity and volunteering. "Raising Charitable Children" is packed with practical advice and inspirational, real-life stories of friends and family who have made philanthropy a fun, rewarding part of a child's life.

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User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

I'm not as impressed with this book as I thought I'd be. I took away some good ideas but there wasn't as much depth as I was looking for. Read full review

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User Review  - Liz Kleiner - Goodreads

Really quick read. Great how-to... really got me thinking about how I can help my kids live in the giving spirit. Also made me think about my behaviors, that they learn from. Good ideas on how to get them involved in volunteering and giving. Author has a great sense of humor. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Carol Weisman is an internationally recognized expert on philanthropy, fundraising and non-profit goernance. She not only has a background in family therapy (as a pediatric social worker) but also in stand-up comedy -- which no doubt explains why she is in constant demand as a keynote speaker.

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