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  • Way Cool!

    By Mark Hrywna — September 2, 2014

    Lou Gehrig’s Disease probably hasn’t received this much exposure since the Hall of Fame first baseman’s famous farewell speech at Yankee Stadium 75 years ago.

  • Emmett Carson Appointed To Lilly School Chair

    By The NonProfit Times — August 28, 2014

    Emmett D. Carson, Ph.D., CEO and president of Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF) and nationally recognized philanthropy leader, was selected as the first person to serve in the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Chair on Community Foundations at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.

  • Study: Number Of Data Staff At Nonprofits Increases

    By The NonProfit Times — August 22, 2014

    Nonprofits are bringing more data experts onto their staff in the face of rising concerns about data security, according to results of the Nonprofit Technology Network’s (NTEN) 8th Annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments Report.

  • A Cool, Make That Cold, $2.4 Million For ALS

    By Mark Hrywna — August 13, 2014

    The Ice Bucket Challenge is heating up the doldrums of summer fundraising for the ALS Association, which has raked in some $4 million in donations this month on a wave of news coverage and social media. ALS, which stands for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, may be more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

  • Hackathon To Benefit Atlanta Nonprofits

    By The NonProfit Times — August 4, 2014

    A month-long hackathon will benefit three Atlanta-based nonprofits, the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) announced today. Teams of coders, developers and engineers will compete to provide mobile solutions for the American Cancer Society, Boys and Girls Club of America, and Points of Light HandsOn Network. The winning team will receive $30,000 in cash and prizes.

  • Two Aid Workers Being Treated For Ebola

    By The NonProfit Times — August 1, 2014

    Two employees of U.S.-based nonprofits have contracted the Ebola virus while working in the western African country of Liberia. Efforts are under way to transfer Dr. Kent Brantly, a physician with Samaritan’s Purse in Boone, N.C., and Nancy Writebol, a missionary with Charlotte, N.C.-based SIM, back to the United States.

  • IRS, Minnesota AG Asked To Investigate Bremer Foundation

    By Patrick Sullivan — August 1, 2014

    The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) has asked the federal and state authorities to investigate the Otto Bremer Foundation after its three trustees installed themselves as co-CEOs.

  • Founder Vs. CEO Vs. Visionary

    By Mark Hrywna — August 1, 2014

    In its first full year of existence in 2009, Pencils of Promise (PoP) raised less than $85,000. In 2012, the New York City-based nonprofit reported revenue of more than $5 million and 2014 should be a banner year as Founder and CEO Adam Braun travels the country promoting his new book and bringing more exposure to the charity.

  • Big Fines Might Have Little Impact

    By Mark Hrywna — August 1, 2014

    The largest settlement for alleged deceptive charitable fundraising in U.S. history has people around the nonprofit sector talking about fundraising regulation and where it stands today.

  • Report: Charitable Giving Will Increase 5.7 Percent In 2014

    By Zach Halper — July 25, 2014

    Charitable giving is estimated to increase 5.7 percent during 2014, according to the latest report from the Atlas of Giving.

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