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  • Study: Mobile Devices Facilitate Impulse Giving

    By Zach Halper — January 7, 2013

    Americans are increasingly using their smartphones for monetary contributions. A new study by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project revealed that those who use this method of giving tend to make the decision to donate without much, if any, research.

  • Click & Pledge Buys Donor Town Square

    By The NonProfit Times — January 4, 2013

    Click & Pledge, a Blacksburg, Va., software developer and payment processor for the nonprofit industry, has acquired the assets of Donor Town Square for an undisclosed sum.

  • N.Y.’s AG Gets, Publishes Sandy Fundraising Info

    By Zach Halper — January 3, 2013

    The New York attorney general wants nonprofits that fundraised for Superstorm Sandy relief to provide documentation as to what they did the with cash. Some 88 charities had responded as of Dec. 31, and the information was posted on the Bureau’s website. The organizations raised a collective $400 million.

  • Done Deal – Donors Living And Dead Take Hit

    By Paul Clolery — January 2, 2013

    Updated 4:30 p.m.

  • Over The Cliff, Grabbing A Branch

    By Paul Clolery — December 31, 2012

    The United States will technically go off the fiscal cliff, triggering automatic tax increases, spending cuts and monetary policy that will impact almost every facet of American finance.

  • It’s A Cliff-hanger

    By Paul Clolery — December 31, 2012

    The lack of an agreement regarding taxes and the federal budget has the nation hours away from fiscal carnage so potentially devastating it will make a Herschell Gordon Lewis splatter film look like “Driving Miss Daisy.”

  • Young Volunteers

    By Susan Ellis — December 31, 2012

    The television news show "60 Minutes" aired a feature story this past November on “Children Helping Children.” It centered on Craig Kielburger, who at age 12 took action against child labor and exploitation in Pakistan, eventually recruiting his friends to the cause and founding Free the Children. Some 17 years later it is an international charity with more than 1.7 million youth involved in education and development programs in 45 countries.

  • General Ramblings: It’s Simple Math

    By Paul Clolery — December 31, 2012

    As the debate and acrimony in Washington, D.C. continues regarding the absurd notion that the federal charitable deduction plays an important role in the nation’s “fiscal cliff,” voices were raised in New York City. The voices were of hope and charity.

  • Camp Fire Stokes New Image And Council Revamping

    By Mark Hrywna — December 31, 2012

    A mission statement doesn’t mean much to a teenager. That’s why Camp Fire USA ditched it. Well, not entirely. They call it a promise instead of a mission statement.

  • Insurance Undertow For Flood Car Donations

    By Patrick Sullivan — December 31, 2012

    The National Automobile Dealers Association in McLean, Va., estimated that as many as 250,000 cars were damaged or destroyed during super storm Sandy. But, the phones aren’t ringing much at 1-800 Charity Cars or at the National Kidney Foundation.


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