David Aylor | Philanthropy

David Aylor is an experienced attorney and dedicated philanthropist

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David Aylor—Philanthropy in Law

Philanthropy in Law: Pro Bono Work Among Lawyers

When Mildred Loving penned a desperate letter to then-attorney general Robert Kennedy asking for help, he sent her to the ACLU, who chose to take the case pro bono. Mildred, a black woman, and her husband Richard, a white man, were imprisoned in the state of Virginia for breaking the state’s long-standing anti-miscegenation laws, and […]

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How to be a Broke Philanthropist

Common knowledge dictates that a philanthropist by definition is someone so wealthy that they can donate entire libraries to colleges or single-handedly repair an economy or pay off their caddy’s student loan debt. While many aspire to this level of wealth, you don’t have to be this loaded to practice philanthropy. Even if you make […]

Promoting the Modern Nonprofit—David Aylor

Promoting the Modern Nonprofit—Strategies For Reaching Out

While nonprofit organizations generally put their budgets toward fundraisers and awareness campaigns, more have decided to allocate resources for general promotion and a stronger web presence. One of the biggest problems with modern philanthropy is the sheer number of causes competing for attention at any given time. While many may be noble, without proper marketing […]