Month: December 2016

Accounting For Accountability

Corporate Social Responsibility—Accounting for Accountability

The notion of corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an increasing phenomenon that holds great potential for changing the world. By simultaneously bolstering profits and improving environmental responsibility the world over, it can both contribute to a growing economy while drastically reducing global emissions—and although some things may sound ‘too good to be true’—corporate social responsibility, […]

Giving Back—Finker-Frenkel Legacy Foundation Donates to Children's Home

Finker-Frenkel Legacy Foundation Gives Back to Children’s Home

Dr. Lazar Finker and his wife, Dr. Raissa Frenkel, have always been passionate about giving back to the community, whether locally or half a world away. Their organization, the Finker-Frenkel Legacy Foundation, is committed to making an impact by supporting causes in multiple fields such as medical research, education, religious development, and children’s welfare. With […]

Charity Spending

How Charities Spend Your Money

Any charity worth its salt is outwardly an appealing prospect for donation, often leading to donors contributing without prior knowledge. Identifying exact distribution of funding is of the utmost significance for facilitating transparency and maintaining open communication among these organizations. Many philanthropic groups obscure the allocation of their funds, hindering trust and potentially damaging future […]

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