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    The Great Eastertide

    How do holiday traditions start? One of my dreams is to play a part in Easter, or Resurrection Day, becoming as big as Christmas in celebration. With having a dream like this, it’s helpful to reflect on how holidays come to be. They originate from some group of people, somewhere, simply – having...
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    Two installations by Daily tous les jours in Cambridge, Ontario’s Gaslight District turn greetings and movements into artistic melodies

    Hello, Hola, and Bonjour: Two new interactive artworks welcome visitors to the Gaslight District in Cambridge, Ontario. Montreal-based art and design studio Daily tous les jours has turned day-to-day actions The post Two installations by Daily tous les jours in Cambridge, Ontario’s Gaslight...
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    Women Are Made to Receive

    Do you think your husband is good at giving? Do you like the presents your husband gets you? You should. If you feel like the success rate of your husband’s presents has been “mixed” or even total strikeouts over the years, you need to stop not liking your husband’s presents. This rest of...
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    Every Home Has an Atmosphere

    “Maybe you don’t know what the atmosphere of your home is, but there are some who do – the people who frequent it.” This is a review of the book Creative Counterpart by Linda Dillow. I had never heard of Linda Dillow, but it seems there is some denomination or time period where she was or is...
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    The Most Beautiful, Christian Valentine’s Day Children’s Books

    The most common pitfalls in Valentine’s books for children are: 1) depicting romance between children or 2) giving an unbiblical definition of love. What better way do I like to celebrate any time of year than with a children’s books curation. I love curating book collections (and I don’t...
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    A Case for Wintertime

    This is an offering of help for Weather Complainers and a reminder homemakers can set the dark months’ ambiance. It has never become not strange to me when someone starts doing a little bit of Weather Complaining. It’s the boring talk of the unintelligent and sinful. Some women nearly make...
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    International scholarships for developing countries

    International education can be costly, especially for students from developing countries. From the tuition fees to living costs to study materials, the expenses can be quite high. This is why many organizations offer international scholarships for students from developing countries. These...
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    Women in engineering scholarships

    As more and more women enter the engineering field, it is important to provide opportunities for them to succeed. One way to do this is to offer scholarships specifically for female engineers. From computer science to environmental engineering, women are everywhere. However, studying...
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    Scholarships for Master’s Degrees Abroad

    What is a scholarship? A scholarship is an award of financial aid for a student to further their education. Scholarships are awarded based on various criteria, which usually reflect the donor’s or organization’s values and purposes. Awards may be need-based, merit-based, or athlete-based...
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    Scholarships for MBA Abroad

    An MBA degree can help you become a professional executive in your field of interest by providing you with the necessary skills and exposure. Due to the exorbitant costs, MBA is a far-fetched dream for many students. However, even students with stellar academic records and profiles frequently...
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    Strategies for Financing your International Education

    The cost of studying abroad is increasing day by day. Studying in developed countries like the USA, UK or other European countries can be particularly expensive. However, there are several options for financing international education that you can take advantage of. If you are able to qualify...
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    Understanding Credit Card Requirements and Restrictions for International Students in the U.S.

    If you are an international student in the U.S., understanding the requirements and restrictions for credit cards is critical. Credit cards are an important part of financial independence and security, so it’s important to know what your options are. Having a credit line can be especially...
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    How to Choose the Best Credit Card for International Students in the U.S.

    Financing for higher education in the U.S. can be very expensive. The average cost of tuition and fees for one year of college is over US$25,000. Plus, there are other expenses like textbooks, housing, food, and transportation that need to be factored into the equation. Having a credit card can...
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    The Benefits of Studying in the U.S.

    Thousands of international students are drawn to the United States every year because of its educational opportunities. American universities offer a wealth of resources and opportunities for students to learn, grow, and gain valuable experience. Let’s find out what makes America different...
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    Explore the World of Merit Scholarships

    The world of merit scholarships is vast and filled with opportunities to help you achieve your dreams of higher education without financial burdens. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through understanding, finding and applying for merit scholarships. Key Points: Merit scholarships reward...
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    Finding financial aid: Your guide to scholarships, grants and student loans for international students

    Studying abroad offers countless opportunities for personal and professional growth, but financial constraints can hold many students back. Fear not, future global citizens! In this blog post, we’ll guide you through the world of finding financial aid for international students, exploring...
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    Women’s Wealth and Gender Lens Thinking at Ruderman Family Fdn

    As women’s global wealth continues to rise, philanthropists are turning toward an exciting new era of female empowerment and intelligent grantmaking in feminist philanthropy. At The Ruderman Family Foundation, a Massachusetts-based grantmaking entity devoted to disability inclusion and...
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    Lis Williams: “I Had It Within Me To Create Something New”

    Editor’s Note: This interview in our Feminist Giving IRL series features Lis Williams, Founder of AWE Partners, LLC, a social impact advisory firm that educates female entrepreneurs and executives on how to bake mission into their life and business for more passion, purpose, and profit. 1. What...
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    (Liveblog) Women’s Giving Circles: The Future of Latin America

    On Thursday, March 19th, team members from Empatthy and a robust panel of speakers gathered online to celebrate the growing women’s giving circle movement in Latin America. Featuring Jeannie Sager (Women’s Philanthropy Institute), Carmen Stevens and Sondra Shaw-Hardy (Women’s Giving Circles...
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    Flashpoint Podcast: Unique Power of Women’s Giving vs. Men’s Giving

    In a recent episode of Flashpoint Podcast with Cherri Gregg, Kiersten Marek joined women’s philanthropy leaders to discuss the power of women’s giving and the research showing that women philanthropists are more giving than men, and their strategy is often quite different. In a recent episode by...
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