A federal judge denied a request for a preliminary injunction against the New York Attorney General Office’s policy that requires nonprofits to provide charity regulators with information on major donors. U.S. District Court Judge Sidney Stein of the Southern District of New York said in a 27-p… Read More »
Barely two years after voting to allow openly gay youth members, Boy Scouts of America (BSA) removed a national restriction on openly gay adult leaders and employees. The National Executive Board ratified a resolution on Monday, with some 79 percent of its 71 members who were present and voting, in … Read More »
A number of charities and corporations are clarifying their relationship with Planned Parenthood after recent undercover videos appear to show officials discussing the price of fetal tissue from abortions. The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) last week released videos in which Planned Parenthood… Read More »
New regulations for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) originally scheduled to take effect in January will be pushed back a year. “The modernization of the CFC is reliant on an aggressive timeline for development of the tools needed to implement reform, including streamlined campaign administr… Read More »
Fundraisers’ salaries in the United States were flat in 2014 and half of respondents to a survey were concerned about their ability to retire when they’d like and to fund it. According to the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ (AFP) 2015 Compensation and Benefits Study, the average s… Read More »
The New York Attorney General’s Office is aiming to shut down a charity it claims was nothing more than a one-man operation run out of the basement of his home in a residential section of Brooklyn, N.Y., that raised almost $10 million during the past several years. Attorney General Eric Schneid… Read More »
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