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Sept. 11 Memorial CEO Stepping Down

Sept. 11 Memorial CEO Stepping Down By Mark Hrywna

For the third time in the past week, the chief executive of a New York-based nonprofit has announced their departure, this time at the National Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum. Joe Daniels has led the organization from its pre-construction infancy to its first full year of operations. He started as …   Read More »

No End In Sight For Orlando Nonprofits Offering Counseling Services

No End In Sight For Orlando Nonprofits Offering Counseling Services By Andy Segedin

Orlando, Fla. -- Signs of community recovery will not easily be identified in the aftermath of the Pulse nightclub shooting in downtown Orlando, according to community leaders. Dollars, metrics and opened streets are unlikely to encapsulate the full story. That’s because much of the damage, they s…   Read More »

Orlando Nonprofits Continue Coordinating Relief In Shooting’s Aftermath

Orlando Nonprofits Continue Coordinating Relief In Shooting’s Aftermath By Andy Segedin

Orlando, Fla. -- Rainbow flags, memorials and messages of OrlandoStrong lined the streets of this city in the days following a shooting that killed 49 and injured dozens of others at Pulse, a bar frequented by the city’s LGBTQ community. Scattered throughout the community, supporting law enforc…   Read More »

Wounded Warrior Project Appoints Decorated Vet As CEO

Wounded Warrior Project Appoints Decorated Vet As CEO By Paul Clolery and Mark Hrywna

Michael S. Linnington, a retired lieutenant general, has been tapped to head Wounded Warrior Project, the high-profile veterans support group that ousted its chief executive officer and chief operating officer this past March after news reports alleging inappropriate use of funds. Interim Chief O…   Read More »

Nonprofit Info Available In IRS Data Dump

Nonprofit Info Available In IRS Data Dump By Mark Hrywna

Data from more than 1 million nonprofit tax forms are now available electronically to anyone. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced today that publicly available data on electronically filed Forms 990 is available for the first time in machine-readable format through Amazon Web Services (A…   Read More »

Rodin, Chávez Set To Leave Rockefeller Foundation, Girl Scouts

Rodin, Chávez Set To Leave Rockefeller Foundation, Girl Scouts By Paul Clolery

Judith Rodin and Anna Maria Chávez, two of the most prominent executives in the charitable sector both announced they are leaving their respective posts. Rodin has been at the helm of The Rockefeller Foundation for 12 years and is widely respected as one of the most innovative and collaborative …   Read More »

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Study: Tailor Message When Pitching Association Members

By Andy Segedin — June 23, 2016

Just 1 percent of membership organizations consistently target messaging to members based on age. With different generations of membership valuing various perks and communication channels differently, more targeted messaging could improve recruitment and retention.

Commentary: Nonprofits Can Help Prevent The Need To Grieve

By Paul Clolery — June 15, 2016

It is somewhat ironic that the Broadway hit musical “Hamilton” won 11 Tony awards on Sunday just hours after a crazy person with a weapon he should not have been allowed to legally purchase massacred 49 people and wounded 50 more at a nightclub in Orlando, Fla.

Common Cause Gets New Leader

By NPT Staff — June 13, 2016

Karen Hobert Flynn is the new president of Common Cause, the Washington D.C.-based non-partisan government watchdog group. Hobert Flynn has been with the organization for more than half of its 46-year history and is the first president to have served as a state-level director for the organization.

Study: 7 Percent Of Email Appeals Go To Spam

By Mark Hrywna — June 3, 2016

An average of 7 percent of nonprofit emails end up in spam folders each month – and more than 10 percent during year-end campaigns – potentially costing charities as much as $7,400 in revenue each year.

15 Million Reasons For Center’s Name Change

By NPT Staff — May 26, 2016

The 92nd Street Y’s (92Y) Center for Innovation and Social Impact will be renamed the Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact at 92Y. The change comes following a $15 million donation to the center from the Belfer family.

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In the premiere episode of Raise & Engage, Danielle is joined by three straight-shooting nonprofit rock-stars: Jodi Smith of Sanford Health Systems, Veronica Brown of Chicago Public Library Foundation and Ali Burke of Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation. The group talks organizational culture, problem employees, why its important to celebrate and how to shake things up this year and build a better more authentic team that gets stuff done!


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