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    • Inspiring Universal Voluntary Service Among American Youth 

      Grimm, Robert T. Jr. (Do Good Institute, University of Maryland, 2019-02-21)
      Chairman Heck, Vice Chair Gearan, Vice Chair Wada, and distinguished members of the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service, I am thankful for the opportunity to speak to you today as our country faces ...
    • Shifting Milestones, Fewer Donors and Volunteers: 21st Century Life for Young Adults and the Impact on Charitable Behaviors 

      Dietz, Nathan; Grimm, Robert T. Jr. (Do Good Institute, University of Maryland, 2019-10)
      EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The United States has experienced declines in adults’ rates of volunteering with organizations and charitable giving over the last two decades. Because these behaviors generate wide-ranging benefits ...
    • Where Are America's Volunteers? 

      Dietz, Nathan; Grimm, Robert T. Jr. (Do Good Institute, University of Maryland, 2018-10)
      EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: While the United States recently experienced record highs in total volunteer hours and charitable dollars given to community organizations, these seemingly positive numbers mask a troubling trend: ...
    • Horace M. Kallen and the Americanization of Zionism 

      Schmidt, Sarah (1973)
      Until the founding of the State of Israel in 1948, the years 1914-1921 constituted the high point of Zionism in America. Two factors were responsible: the outbreak of World War I which shifted major Zionist responsibility ...
    • Addiction Beliefs of Treatment Providers: Factors Explaining Variance 

      Schaler, Jeffrey Alfred (1993)
      This study investigated factors accounting for variance in beliefs among addiction-treatment providers regarding the etiology of addiction (N=295). A survey was mailed to members of three national treatment provider o ...