It’s proven that donating to charity activates a part of our brain associated with happiness, social connection and trust. If charitable organizations knew this, you’d think they would make donating as easy as possible. As Lisa Greer has experienced, charitable giving can be much more difficult. Lisa joins us today to share her less-than-ideal donating experience and how she is trying to change the way organizations and donors think about charitable giving.
During our headline we talk about how COVID and work from home has changed productivity and work hours. Some employees have found ways to significantly increase their income working from home, but there’s a catch. And Doug will give us some of his amazing trivia.
- These People Who Work From Home Have a Secret: They Have Two Jobs (The Wall Street Journal)
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- What is the technical name for a fund that is a charitable giving vehicle administered by a public charity and created to manage charitable donations on behalf of organizations, families, or individuals?
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