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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Holy Humanitarians: American Evangelicals and Global AidHoly Humanitarians: American Evangelicals and Global AidCurtis, Heather D.HARDCOVER04/16/2018$35.00
Cover: On Being Nonprofit: A Conceptual and Policy PrimerOn Being Nonprofit: A Conceptual and Policy PrimerFrumkin, PeterPAPERBACK09/06/2005$33.00
Cover: Diaspora Philanthropy and Equitable Development in China and IndiaDiaspora Philanthropy and Equitable Development in China and IndiaGeithner, Peter F.
Johnson, Paula D.
Chen, Lincoln C.
PAPERBACK09/06/2005$19.95Currently unavailable
Cover: Charisma and Compassion: Cheng Yen and the Buddhist Tzu Chi MovementCharisma and Compassion: Cheng Yen and the Buddhist Tzu Chi MovementHuang, C. JuliaHARDCOVER01/31/2009$68.50
Cover: Portrait of a Giving Community: Philanthropy by the Pakistani-American DiasporaPortrait of a Giving Community: Philanthropy by the Pakistani-American DiasporaNajam, AdilPAPERBACK01/15/2007$19.95
Cover: Philanthropy and Social Change in Latin AmericaPhilanthropy and Social Change in Latin AmericaSanborn, Cynthia
Portocarrero, Felipe
PAPERBACK01/25/2006$24.99
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