Monthly Archives: November 2011

Helping Others Take Flight: Grant Profile

Birds are indicators of the environment. If they are in trouble, we know we’ll soon be in trouble.  – Roger Tory Peterson In my yard, I have several birdfeeders.  They were always more for decoration or for my children than … Continue reading

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The Fundraising Formula-Guest Blogger Rob Sheehan

Most foundations and nonprofits employ talented people to be their fundraisers, a job that isn’t easy, especially in uncertain economic times. The Circle of Sisterhood relies on volunteers. On You. In order for the Foundation to continue to do the … Continue reading

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Special Events can be Fundraisers & Fun

Circle of Sisterhood Foundation fundraisers are thinking outside the box to raise money for the cause. Many schools supporting the foundation are taking events that have a strong appeal to students and adding a small donation to the ticket to … Continue reading

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Campus Spotlight: University of Maryland

The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation is a philanthropy close to the Maryland Panhellenic – in fact, our first year book last year was the famous “Half the Sky.” Since the start of this fall semester, we’ve made a push within … Continue reading

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