Importance of Education


The Many Faces of Haiti

Before the earthquake, the image many of us had in our minds of Haiti was one of deforested land, mudslides, overcrowding, abject poverty, malnutrition, illiteracy.  And I, of course, won’t argue that any of those images are inaccurate.  Today, however, I’d rather show everyone another side of Haiti, a country […]

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Pointed Questions Welcome!

In response to yesterday’s post, Book for Your Buck, I received a comment on WordPress that brought some light to the need for transparency.  Thank you to that reader for asking us some pointed questions.  It was enormously helpful, so much so that I’ve decided an additional blog entry was in […]

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Book for Your Buck

It’s been two years since the earthquake that wreaked havoc on what was already the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere.  Billions of dollars have been pledged (although reports indicate that less than half a billion has actually been distributed) to the nation of Haiti.  But still, an estimated half […]

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Your Turn!

As you’ll remember, yesterday’s post, ULC’s Essential Questions for 2012 was our response to 14 questions I found on Nonprofit Nate’s post, 29 Questions for better philanthropic conversations.  We have had a fantastic response to the post, with a nice spike in our subscriptions to prove it.  Thank you for reading! Today will […]

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ULC’s Essential Questions for 2012

The first blog entry of the New Year, I’m afraid to say, is coming to you already 10 days into the new year!  Sorry for the delay.  We all at ULC hope you had a wonderful holiday season and that your new year is off to a fantastic start. To […]

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