After fundraising for tangible goods and groups; how do you move to less tangible causes? Published February 25 2010
Get a glimpse of historic farmsteads, a country church, and a rural school by visiting the Farmamerica site. Published February 22 2010
The longest service military unit in Iraq has back pay coming from service in 2007. Published February 18 2010
Women giving money to create change has grown quickly over the past decade. Published February 13 2010
How has tourism fared during this economic downturn? Published February 9 2010
A speech judge ponders how to encourage individual progress with an easy grading system. Published February 4 2010
Community building through charitable giving prompts creative solutions to contemporary problems. Published February 1 2010
Donna Rae Scheffert is a facilitator, consultant and writer. Find more information online at www.online-leadership-tools.com.
She lives in Minnesota with her husband and teenage son and daughter.
Honors and awards include University of Minnesota -Distinguished Extension Campus Faculty ...Read More
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