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The National Rifle Association (NRA) called out the federal government for not having a national database of the mentally ill and blamed an alleged decline in prosecution of gun crimes for being at the root at senseless gun violence in the United States. He offered the nation “properly trained armed good guys.”
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.
The Salvation Army’s online red kettles (ORKs) are beginning to heat up. That’s a good thing since the actual kettles are barely holding their own.
Funeral services have been set for Jimmie Alford, the longtime fundraising and nonprofit governance guru who died suddenly yesterday of an apparent heart attack. He was 69.
If you find yourself getting a recorded message this holiday season from the likes of Morgan Freeman, Tom Hanks or William Shatner, you might have a friend who’s supporting Autism Speaks.
Fundraising pioneer Jimmie R. Alford, the founder and chairman of the eponymous consulting firm to nonprofits, died this morning at his home of an apparent heart attack. He was 69-years old.
Aiming to be more relevant to its 1,700 members, the Council on Foundations (CoF) announced a redesign that eliminates 19 positions.
Charities registered with the New York State Attorney General’s Charities Bureau (AGCB) may now file their reports online. New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced the move will allow release of key information to the public more quickly.
The Funding Exchange (FEX), a network of 16 public foundations known for its grant-making, will cease all programs and operations effective immediately, according to an announcement from its board of directors.
It seems as if the words “fiscal cliff” can be seen everywhere. For most Americans, the impending tax increases and spending cuts are something over which to lose sleep, but tax uncertainty is fueling major growth for the donor advised fund (DAF) of San Francisco, Calif.-based Schwab Charitable. Between July and October 2012, Schwab Charitable saw its total contributions increase by $188 million, or 74 percent, compared to the same period in 2011.
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