June 24, 2012
Lots of Well-Educated Young Adults Give—but Sums Are Small
Book Worm Angels, a Chicago charity that encourages kids to read for fun, makes young adults a key part of all of its operations, including asking them to play a role in the charity’s leadership.
The organization has three board members under the age of 30, all of whom were recruited through Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Those board members are, in turn, bringing new donors with them, says Michael Ban, the group’s executive
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