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Bruce DeBoskey

Bruce DeBoskey
Bruce DeBoskey, J.D., is a Colorado-based philanthropic adviser working with The DeBoskey Group to help businesses, foundations and families design and implement thoughtful philanthropic strategies and actionable plans. He is the President of the Colorado Philanthropic Advisors Network, a Teaching Fellow with Boston College's Center for Corporate Citizenship and a frequent keynote speaker at conferences on philanthropy. More information at www.deboskeygroup.com (http://www.deboskeygroup.com)

Hunger Where We Live — the Philanthropic Response

Bruce DeBoskey of the DeBoskey Group

Nearly one in six Coloradans experienced hunger at some point in 2012 - more than 840,000 people. What can you do? Read this and find out.

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Employee Engagement Builds Better Companies, Stronger Communities

Bruce DeBoskey of the DeBoskey Group

Being fully "engaged" at work profoundly influences an employee's willingness to learn and perform, and has real impact on a company's bottom line.

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Religious Values Fuel Charitable Giving

Bruce DeBoskey of the DeBoskey Group

The world's major religions actively promote philanthropy by encouraging charitable actions that address such pressing issues as income inequality, hunger, homelessness, climate change, discrimination and injustice.

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Crowdfunding Fuels Philanthropy

Bruce DeBoskey of the DeBoskey Group

In 2012, crowdfunding supported more than 1 million global campaigns. The amount raised was $2.7 billion, an increase of 81 percent from the year before.

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