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Internet Slows Down In Net Neutrality Protest

Internet Slows Down In Net Neutrality Protest By Patrick Sullivan

Stop yelling at the IT guy; the Internet isn’t broken. Yet. You might have noticed the “page loading” icon today on dozens of websites, including those of nonprofits Greenpeace USA, the Sierra Club, MoveOn.org and Common Cause. The icon hasn’t actually slowed the websites down. It’s mea…   Read More »

Amir Pasic To Replace Tempel As Lilly School Dean

Amir Pasic To Replace Tempel As Lilly School Dean By Paul Clolery

INDIANAPOLIS -- Amir Pasic will be the new dean of the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. It is anticipated that he will be the first holder of the endowed Eugene R. Tempel Deanship, named for the retiring founding dean, once fundraising for it is completed. Pasic's appointme…   Read More »

Harvard Gets Its Biggest Gift Ever

Harvard Gets Its Biggest Gift Ever By Patrick Sullivan

Harvard University has received a gift of $350 million, the largest in the university’s history, from The Morningside Foundation in Newton, Mass. The gift will go to the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), which will be renamed the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, in honor of the lat…   Read More »

Millions In Grants Available For Impact Philanthropy Learning

Millions In Grants Available For Impact Philanthropy Learning By The NonProfit Times

Seven foundations have pooled $6 million to fund the first year of grants for a consortium that hopes to provide funding for programs that improve philanthropy and impact. Co-chaired by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Ford Foundation, the funders announced the creation of the Fun…   Read More »

Blackbaud To Spend $160 Million For MicroEdge

Blackbaud To Spend $160 Million For MicroEdge By Patrick Sullivan

Blackbaud is back shopping, this time paying $160 million for MicroEdge, a major player in the foundation, donor advised funds and corporate social responsibility space. Earlier this year, Blackbaud acquired education software maker WhippleHill for $35 million. The Charleston, S.C. based Blackbau…   Read More »

ALS Ices Trademark Applications, Hits $100 Million

ALS Ices Trademark Applications, Hits $100 Million By Mark Hrywna

The ALS Association will withdraw two trademark applications filed for the Ice Bucket Challenge as the viral campaign eclipsed $100 million in donations in 30 days. The ALS Association had filed two trademark applications for “Ice Bucket Challenge” but the organization will withdraw the appli…   Read More »

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Buy Buy Birdie: Seven Charities To Help Test Twitter ‘Buy’ Button

By The NonProfit Times — September 11, 2014

Seven charities will help pilot a program on Twitter later this year that will test a “Buy” button on the site.

UJA Campaign Hits $146.9 Million

By The NonProfit Times — September 10, 2014

UJA-Federation of New York’s 2014 Annual Campaign raised $146.9 million, an increase of $1.6 million compared to 2013. With an additional $27.6 million in planned giving and endowments and $11.5 million in capital gifts and special initiatives, total fundraising results for the year were $186 million. More than 51,000 donors contributed to the 2014 campaign.

Broadcast Raises $109 Million For Stand Up To Cancer

By The NonProfit Times — September 8, 2014

More than $109 million (US) has been pledged in connection with the star-studded September 5 Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) fundraising telecasts in the U.S. and Canada. The funds pledged toward the SU2C scientific model will be directed to collaborative research utilizing SU2C’s scientific oversight in both the United States and Canada.

Tempel Honored With Endowed Deanship at IU

By The NonProfit Times — September 5, 2014

The dean’s position at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is being endowed in honor of Eugene R. Tempel, the school’s founding dean. The Eugene R. Tempel Deanship is Indiana University’s first named, endowed deanship systemwide.

Nonprofit Tech Must Evolve Inclusively

By Paul Clolery — September 4, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO — The first question asked to a room of roughly 250 technologists in the nonprofit space was: What does inclusiveness look like in an implementation plan? Diversity, inclusion and equity must be “interwoven into everything you do.”

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