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A $50 Million Gift Will Help Underinsured Children Get Orthopedic Care

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Meyer and Renee Luskin’s donation will enable the Luskin Orthopaedic Institute for Children to further its patient care, research, and medical education programs. The hospital primarily treats underinsured children and is associated UCLA’s health system.

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Study: More Than 80% of Parents Successfully Model Philanthropic Behavior for Their Children

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A new study shows that children are following in their parents’ charitable footsteps, with 81% of parents who give reporting that their children under age 18 also participated in a charitable activity in the past year.

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Cellebrite Donates A.I. Investigative Tools to Nonprofits to Help Find Missing Children Faster

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

By Glenn Gamboa, AP Business Writer NEW YORK AP Yossi Carmil (right), the CEO of Cellebrite DI, which provides digital tools to help officials investigative leads, says the company is donating its technology to nonprofits that help find endangered children, such as the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, co-founded by John Walsh.

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Global Fund for Children Promotes Hayley Roffey to Co-CEO

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Prest Also, the Association of African American Museums has appointed a new CEO, and AARP’s longtime leader will depart at the end of the year.

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The Gifted Children

NonProfit Quarterly

“Still, I must prepare for the children’s kobake ”—the ceremonial forging of the link in the chain that would bind them to the Kwakw a k a ‘wakw Nation, to its people, to its land, to its history. she pondered, “these children, who are not of our blood. They have played with our children, learned from our adults.

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Kids for a Cause: Getting Children Behind Nonprofit Missions

Top Nonprofits

Compassion: If the kids in your children’s ministry are fortunate enough to have everything they need, they may be unaware that some struggle for basic necessities. Many children today don’t understand the word ‘need.’ Even younger children will benefit from thinking about each lesson and applying it to their lives.

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Arkansas Children's Northwest Receives $25 Million for Endowment and Expansion

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Prest Also, the T. Boone Pickens Foundation has given $20 million to Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Wilmer Eye Institute, and the NBA Foundation awarded $13.5 million to 40 organizations to advance equity in historically marginalized communities.

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