The e-way to philanthropy: how nonprofits can use information technology
Center for the Study of Philosophy, Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York, 2001 - Business & Economics - 64 pages
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Appendix A The Situation in Taiwan
Appendix B Summary of Online Fundraising
4charity.com America's Second Harvest Application Service Providers ASP services auto-replying button ceased operation charity mall Chronicle of Philanthropy Click Donation click-to-donate connection Constructing the Intranet corporate credit card CTCs database designed digital divide direct mail donation portals e-mail e-mail list ebase Eric Mercer example Filemaker for-profit function Gifts in Kind graphics Hackers Hardware and Software help nonprofits Helping.org Himalaya Foundation Hunger Site important Information Technology Internet companies Internet services Internet users Knowledge Management membership Michael Stein million online newsletter Nick Allen nonprofit organizations nonprofit sector nonprofit software nonprofit technology nonprofits in Taiwan NTCs online donation mechanisms online fundraising online transaction organiza organization's peer-to-peer network pledge potential donors profit raise funds Raiser's Edge recipients Red Cross server Server-Client Network service providers Taipei City technology support telephone tion updates Virtual Community Websites virtual office visitors volunteers WAMU