What’s keeping the fundraisers of the Association of Fundraising Professional – Greater Philadelphia Chapter (AFP-GPC) – up at night? According to a new survey, it’s everything from board members not raising money to finding new donors.
When you go to the website for Acteva, an online payment processor in San Francisco, Calif., the review blurbs that scroll across the page are all complimentary. While the site paints a wonderful picture of the services, the reality is much more complicated.
The “selfie” is a worldwide phenomenon that was selected as the 2013 word of the year by the Oxford English Dictionary. Normally it’s a celebrity posting virally some buffoonery or other. How many drunken self-portraits of Justin Bieber are needed before the Internet crashes?
Despite financial pressure from reductions in government funding and duplication of services, the overall rate of nonprofit mergers remained unchanged during the past decade according to a new study by the Bridgespan Group.
When the revelations about the National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance programs came to light last year, it wasn’t just ordinary Americans who were concerned. Many nonprofit leaders were worried about the effect these programs would have on their organizations. Rather than waiting around to see what might happen, 22 organizations joined together and went to court.
Three New York City-based nonprofits joined forces with celebrity chefs, religious leaders, and other advocates to push back against $9 billion in cuts made to the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) during a press conference at the Church of St. Francis Xavier in Manhattan.
Signups for the health insurance plans through the federal Affordable Care Act hit 3 million this week. Enrollments for at least one of the nonprofit healthcare co-ops the law set up are picking up steam, too.
Edward Snowden, the fugitive who gained infamy last year when he leaked detailed information to the press about the National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance programs, will join the board of the Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF).