Vermont is known for its maple syrup, craft beer and skiing. Broadband? Not so much. Like most rural areas of the United States, the Green Mountain State struggles with the digital divide. The Vermont Digital Economy Project, a two-year effort by the Vermont Council on Rural Development (VCRD), a… Read More »
Legislation unveiled by California’s top charity official would add disclosure requirements for paid commercial fundraisers and extend the statute of limitations from five years to 10 years in cases of misconduct. Attorney General Kamala Harris and Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks) u… Read More »
Giving at a place of worship is the top venue for donors who are white, African-American and Hispanic. Asian donors, however, are more likely to give to health charities. Local social service and children’s charities are also priorities for Asian donors. There is quite a disparity in how donors… Read More »
There's good news and bad news when it comes to the United States Postal Service (USPS), according to Robert Taub, acting chair of the Postal Regulatory Committee (PRC). Most attendees at the Direct Marketing Association Nonprofit Federation (DMANF) Washington Nonprofit Conference knew about the … Read More »
Independent Sector has updated nearly every one of its 33 Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practices, the first set of substantive changes since the document was released in 2007. The Washington, D.C.-based IS will release the principles later today during a Capitol Hill event, led by S… Read More »
The Urban Institute’s National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS) recently discovered unauthorized access of its Form 990 Online and e-Postcard filing systems for some 850,000 organizations. The unauthorized access affected nonprofit users of IRS Forms 990, 990-EZ, and 990-N (e-Postcard). It … Read More »
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Vermont is known for its maple syrup, craft beer and skiing. Broadband? Not so much. Like most rural areas of the United States, the Green Mountain State struggles with the digital divide.
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