The United Way : dilemmas of organized charity / Eleanor L. Brilliant.

Author
Brilliant, Eleanor L. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Columbia University Press, ©1990.
Description
xiii, 382 p. ; 24 cm.

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Summary note
An in-depth study of the United Way; its history and current situation, how it actually operates in the local community, and its interactions with national public policy.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Pt. I. The Role of History
  • 1. Historical Themes: Origins of American Charity Organization
  • 2. From Community Chest to United Way
  • Pt. II. Planning and Allocations
  • A Time of Transition
  • 3. Community Planning in the United Way
  • 4. From Allocations to Alternative Funds
  • Pt. III. Whose Pie Is It? Voluntarism and Big Government
  • 5. Donor Option and Controversy in the Combined Federal Campaign
  • 6. From Charitable Controversy to Congressional Action (1982-1985)
  • Pt. IV. The Corporation and the United Way
  • 7. Corporate Responsibility and the United Way
  • 8. Changing the Rules of the Game: Corporate Response to Challenge
  • 9. Company Choices and United Way Agencies: The Bottom Line
  • Pt. V. The United Way as a National Organization and as a Charitable Enterprise
  • 10. Structure and Function
  • 11. United Way as a National Organization: The Aramony Era.
ISBN
  • 0231056222
  • 9780231056229
  • 0231056230
  • 9780231056236
LCCN
90035436
OCLC
21407280
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