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“This timely manifesto will serve as a wonderful reminder that everyone can and should try to make a difference. It will inspire confidence that we can help make our world a better place.” –President Jimmy Carter

“With this book, anyone can learn to bring positive change to their community.” –Mary J. Blige

“Boles is a genius at unearthing good works that anybody can do yet aren’t empty gestures. –Newsweek

“Nicole has found a plethora of ways for you to make a difference, from donating clothing to using search engines that donate money with every click. We love her enthusiasm for philanthropy, because no matter how big or small, what’s most important is that you’re doing your part.” ~ Ladies Home Journal

“Four cheers for this great book! Anyone looking for a practical, clear, and enjoyable manual for civic service need look no further. If you can’t find a way to get involved using this book, you don’t want to get involved.” -Mark Farr, Points of Light Institute

“Boles is a citizen of the twenty-first century and understands how technology has changed the way we give back. How to Be an Everyday Philanthropist falls right in step with online giving models and the potential for social media to transform the way we help others in the future. “ ~ Philanthropy News Digest

“I highly recommend you buy this book and give it a permanent place in your home.” –The Chronicle of Philanthropy

“Charity is not strictly something for the rich. “How to Be an Everyday Philanthropist” is a guide to contributing to a better world even when you seem to have nothing to offer it. A choice pick that will empower many a reader.” ~Midwest Book Review

“After looking through this book, one review will simply not do. I’ve decided to feature it in an upcoming issue of Parent Pages newsletter. That way I’ll have room for more examples, and maybe thousands more will find out about the book, read it, and pass it on!” ~ Parent Pages

“This is a great handbook that every family should read. You will be inspired when you realize how many ways you can give back without it costing a dime. Every suggestion can be done within a day, if not hours so what are you waiting for. Grab your kids and see how enriching it is to give back and help others. “~ San Diego Parent

“Boles breaks up her book into different categories of giving and ways to do it from acts that take one minute to those that require a little more commitment. She’s got an easy answer for people who say they don’t have enough time or money to help anyone else.” ~ Milwaukee Moms

“Perhaps the most important message in How to Be an Everyday Philanthropist is “Don’t wait to be asked.” In less than 200 pages, the book demonstrates pretty conclusively that there’s needs to be met, and satisfactions to be had, from looking around to find your own niche as a philanthropist. “ ~ IdeaList

“Wish it were easier to make a difference in the world? It can be! Let this be your handbook for making a difference in the world, starting from right where you are. Tips on using what you have to make a difference will inspire you to start.” ~ Metro Family Magazine

“With brilliant strategies and thorough research, Nicole Boles lists a plethora of charities in which you can donate your time and talents and that will make a measurable difference in the lives of those in need.” ~ Boston Mamas