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Public Interest Registry (PIR), the nonprofit that manages the .ORG web extension, unveiled a new brand and logo today that seeks to emphasize the organization’s commitment to its users.
Registrations have increased but major misconceptions about .ORG extensions remain, according to the new domain name report released by Public Interest Registry (PIR), the nonprofit that manages the .ORG top-level domain (TLD).
Harvard University will try to raise $6.5 billion by 2018 in its latest capital campaign, the largest such goal for a higher education institution.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has seen enforcement revenue decline for the second straight year. Enforcement specific to nonprofits was not detailed.
Eight animals are trapped in cages but all a donor has to do is make a monthly gift to Humane Society International (HIS) and the gate is unlocked. The higher the monthly gift, more animals or larger ones are set free, not only in RL (real life) but on the Web, too.
A new chief executive at the American Bible Society (ABS) is putting his mark on the 197-year-old charity, just months into his tenure. Two key development positions have been vacated and the organization switched direct response vendors since Douglas Birdsall took over as president and CEO in March.
The purpose of philanthropy is to expand mission, not to raise money. Money is a byproduct of people being engaged with mission. That was the message that Sr. Georgette Lehmuth, president and CEO of the National Catholic Development Conference conveyed to attendees at NCDC’s 45th annual conference, held this week in Grapevine, Texas.
Actions may speak louder than words – except when it comes to teaching children about charitable giving.
An estimated 10,000 Baby Boomers will turn 65 every day for the next 20 years. It is estimated that 40 percent have a philanthropy budget and are shifting their philanthropy from national to local events. And, with so many channels for information, the message getting through is they want a story to hold.
A three-judge panel of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals (COSA) heard arguments for and against an appeal brought by the family of a donor who had bequeathed property to Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and who say the university is not following the donor’s original intent in regard to development plans.