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By Tom Watson on September 26, 2007No Comment

Two related posts from our blogs at onPhilanthropy. Ed Arias points out over in media, that CGI is being webcast live (and with almost-instant video archives) at And Jenn Thompson has a post on the new today at the Clinton Global Initiative. From Jenn:

Overall, it’s a nice model for organizations to use who are interested
in cultivating their constituents and encouraging them to make a
commitment and follow through, whether it be for donating,
volunteering, advocacy, or other support methods.

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