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Republicans in the U.S. Senate on Monday blocked federal legislation that would have required 501(c) (4) organizations to disclose their top donors and the amount spent on Monday.
Vicki Escarra, who spearheaded the rebranding of Feeding America and boosted fundraising by 300 percent, is leaving the Chicago-based organization. She will become chief executive officer of microfinancing nonprofit Opportunity International, in Oak Brook, Ill., beginning September 4.
The former chief operating officer (COO) at Global Impact will become president and CEO of Lutheran Services in America (LSA) on Aug. 6, roughly a year after her predecessor announced her departure. The board of directors of the Baltimore, Md.-based LSA approved the appointment during a special meeting on Tuesday.
Three of Dayton, Ohio’s premier arts organizations have decided to sing in harmony after nearly two years of managerial rehearsals.
The third Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) event will air on Friday, September 7. Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and filmmaker Joel Gallen will join the show as executive producers.
Legendary fundraiser Kay Partney Lautman, who founded Lautman & Company 20 years ago, died Monday at Sunrise Assisted Living in Washington, D.C., after suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease for several years. She was 74.
A group of family members of victims of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks is calling for the National Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum to be taken over by the National Park Service (NPS), with the nonprofit transformed into a “Friends Of” group responsible only for fundraising.
A dispute over a gift of property to Johns Hopkins University is scheduled to go to trial this fall, nearly a year after her heirs filed suit against the Baltimore-based college.
The 12 employees and five refrigerated trucks at the Huntington Area Food Bank have been working overtime, expecting to distribute nearly 200,000 pounds of food, water and supplies by the end of this week — 20 times the amount they move in a typical week.
When it comes to television programming, most nonprofits rely on direct response television (DRTV) and not a reality show. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) can thank a reality show appearance for boosting its profile, as well as providing it with a new online campaign. New York City-based JDRF was featured on the sixth episode of The Pitch, which aired during the Memorial Day weekend on the network AMC after the hit show Mad Men. It was the only nonprofit brand, among eight, to be featured on the reality series.