[COMM-ORG] Update from the Building Movement Project!

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Greetings from the Building Movement Project!

WHAT’S NEW

Social Movements and Philanthropy: How Foundations Can Support Movement 
Building

In an excellent article published by The Foundation Review, a 
peer-reviewed journal, Barbara Masters and Torie Osborn identify how 
foundations can support movement-building. As they seek to catalyze 
broad-based social change, there is a need for greater understanding of 
what social movements are, how they evolve, and the unique challenges 
that movement building presents to foundations. Social Service and 
Social Change: A Process Guide is included in the article.
(http://www.buildingmovement.org/news/entry/224)

BMP Project Team Member Robby Rodriguez discusses Bridging Generation 
Gaps at Nonprofits

Read the transcript from this recent live web discussion hosted by the 
Chronicle of Philanthropy, which looks at the causes of generation gaps 
among nonprofit workers and practical strategies for closing the divide.
(http://www.buildingmovement.org/news/entry/222)

Kim Klein and the Commons

Follow Project Team members Kim Klein and Sean Thomas-Breitfeld (along 
with guest bloggers) at Kim Klein and the Commons. Read their thoughts 
on immigration, taxes, nonprofits, and how to apply this frame to 
promote movement building and social change.
(http://www.buildingmovement.org/news/entry/191)

Dec 8: Next Generation Democracy Book Launch at Demos

On December 8th, from 6-8pm, join Demos, the New Leaders Council, The 
Overbrook Foundation, and Building Movement Project for the New York 
City book launch of Next Generation Democracy. Author Jared Duval tells 
the success stories of the leaders - both inside the government and out 
- who are finding effective, directly democratic ways to address our 
public challenges. The event will be held at Demos, 220 5th Ave (at 26th 
St.) New York, NY - 5th floor. For more information, and to RSVP to the 
event, please visit the Demos website.
(http://www.buildingmovement.org/news/entry/223)

SEE US
(http://www.buildingmovement.org/events)

Dec 15 2010
Reliable Fundraising in Unreliable Times


CONNECT WITH BMP
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(http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/New-York-NY/Building-Movement-Project/98944469405?ref=ts)

Kim Klein and the Commons
(http://kimkleinandthecommons.blogspot.com/)


The Building Movement Project Team and Staff:
Linda Campbell
Helen Kim
Kim Klein
Aurea Montes-Rodriguez
Robby Rodriguez
Sean Thomas-Breitfeld

Frances Kunreuther
Caroline McAndrews
Trish Tchume
Melanie Butler





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