Tag Archives: nonprofits

Role Models for Charity

The Astros have finally offered some insight into why they nixed the gala benefiting HAWC, and the whole Astros’ Wives organization, and it doesn’t sound very nice. From the Houston Chronicle: But as public opinion on social media was turning against … Continue reading

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Why Not Start Your Own Nonprofit

In yesterday’s post, I noted that, upon reading that the husband and wife benefiting from the Houston episode of Extreme Makeover Home Edition started their own nonprofit, I rolled my eyes. Here’s why. Houston has roughly 15,000 nonprofits operating within … Continue reading

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Is There Any Other Way To Party?

I’m co-chairing Planned Parenthood Young Leaders annual throw-down, Party Like a Rock Star, and I sure would appreciate your support. Get the details & buy tickets or donate here. Why should you donate? This is a vision I bet you … Continue reading

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Charity or Tax Planning?

Tax policy fascinates me. Had I taken Federal Income Tax earlier in law school than the final year, I’d be a tax attorney. I still spend a day or two every six months considering going back for an  LLM in … Continue reading

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