e-Philanthropy v.2.001: From Enterpreneurial Adventure to Online Community, updates last year's report from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation on the phenomenon of interactive online services for philanthropy and volunteerism. The purpose of the update, according to its authors, consultant Stephanie J. Clohesy and Kellogg Foundation program director Thomas K. Reis, "is to identify, describe, and anticipate the changing and maturing structure of Internet-facilitated information and services that support the various dimensions of the social sector." A tall order, but one that the authors, with help from a team of researchers, manage to fill. Available in two formats, HTML and PDF.