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Nonprofit sector representatives will once again descend upon the nation’s capital next month for the second annual Protect Giving Day, which will be held this year on November 20. The event’s sponsor, the Charitable Giving Coalition, is aiming for at least 200 nonprofit and foundation executives to meet with lawmakers and make their voices heard on tax reform and the preservation of the charitable tax deduction.
Nonprofits using older versions of GiftWorks donor management software have until March to decide whether to upgrade and shift to a subscription-based fee, a move that’s raised the hackles of some organizations.
Two men who posted video on Facebook of dislodging a rock formation in the Goblin Valley State Park in Utah last week have been removed from their positions as leaders of a local council of the Boys Scouts of America (BSA).
Philanthropist and community leader Cynthia Simon Skjodt is creating the Melvin Simon Chair in Philanthropy at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy to honor her late father.
Eleven nonprofit direct response campaigns took 12 of the 90 awards presented last night during The Direct Marketing Association’s 2013 International ECHO Awards ceremony held during the organization’s annual conference in Chicago.
Arguing that the existing contract’s language is clear and unambiguous regarding which party owns intellectual property in question, a fundraising agency has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by one of its former clients.
Approximately one in four emails sent by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Washington, D.C., goes to a Google Gmail email account. When digital managers at WWF heard that Gmail would switch to a tabbed inbox format this past May, they, like others in the industry, became very wary.
Warning that the economy could ultimately be driven back into recession as a result of the federal government’s partial shutdown, leaders from the nonprofit, business and public sector urged the President Barack Obama and members of Congress to end the stalemate and avoid a default on the nation’s debt.
The federal government is unable to pay death benefits for fallen service members because of the government shutdown but the Fisher House Foundation in Rockville, Md., is stepping up to provide those payments while Congress and the White House seek an end to the now nine-day old impasse.
Fidelity Investments has launched a grant challenge that will award the applicant with the winning idea $100,000, volunteer support, and financial expertise to help low-income high school students make better financial decisions.