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Donor-advised funds (DAFs) continued to increase last year, increasing 25 percent from 2013 according to a new report from Schwab Charitable.
Nearly 91 percent of nonprofits report they plan to use a variety of management “tools” during the course of the year, according to a new survey by the Bridgespan Group.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) announced it has received a $50 million gift from philanthropist Raymond G. Perelman. An eight-acre portion of CHOP’s campus will be renamed the Raymond G. Perelman Campus, and the gift will establish the Raymond G. Perelman Research Fund.
If your organization is trying to draw corporate sponsors, you know that you face some stiff competition for those dollars. “Marketers, sponsors and brands have a number of areas they can invest marketing dollars,” said Jim Andrews, senior vice president of content strategy at Chicago-based sponsorship consulting firm IEG.
Nominations are now open for the 2015 National Philanthropy Day Honors — the international awards program that recognizes extraordinary generosity and commitment from donors, volunteers, foundations, businesses and young people.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Department of Treasury this week issued guidance on requirements for nonprofit hospitals as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Jerome Stone, Alzheimer’s Association’s (AA) founding president and honorary chair, died on New Years Day at the age of 101. The cause of death was not immediately revealed.
The evolution of #GivingTuesday has made the jump from experiment to tradition right alongside Black Friday and Cyber Monday as the “opening day” of the December giving season.
Questions that have been and are soon to be asked by year:
Fenton, one of the first agencies devoted to helping nonprofits communicate their messages, will be sold by its founder to a new group of investors.
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