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  • 5 Pay For Success Programs Get Funded

    By Mark Hrywna — May 6, 2014

    Projects aimed at addressing recidivism, employment, chronic homelessness and the mentally ill, were among the five selected as part of a Pay for Success (PFS) Initiative by the Nonprofit Finance Fund and the James Irvine Foundation.

  • McGinly To Head Gobel Education

    By Zach Halper — May 6, 2014

    William C. McGinly has a new gig. A month before he will retire president and CEO of Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), he was announced as the new president of Gobel Education effective July 1.

  • IU Lilly Family School Of Philanthropy Launches Applied Research Center

    By The NonProfit Times — May 1, 2014

    A new applied research center announced today by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, (IU) is intended to allow nonprofits access to better data to improve their fundraising.

  • Wall Street, Donors Feeling Better, Fueling Revenue For Many Groups

    By Patrick Sullivan — May 1, 2014

    The Nature Conservancy’s (TNC) focus on its strategic framework, called “Global Challenges, Global Solutions,” helped to secure a $26 million gift for programs in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia this past March. “A combination of the strategic framework and the maturation of some efforts to put strong and interesting programs in front of donors is starting to bear some fruit,” said Steve Howell, chief financial and administration officer for TNC in Arlington, Va.

  • Wearable Technology Can Change Relationships With Donors & Clients

    By Patrick Sullivan — May 1, 2014

    Picture this: You’re a major gift officer on your way to a donor meeting and you’re lost. So, you ask for directions. A heads-up display in your glasses gives you a map to your donor’s front door.

  • #Timms: New ED At 92nd Street Y

    By The NonProfit Times — April 30, 2014

    Henry Timms was appointed yesterday as executive director of the 92nd Street Y, the first non-Jewish leader in the 140-year history of the organization. He was the deputy executive director for innovation, strategy and content and had served as interim executive director since last summer.

  • Federal Data Act Pushes Grant Transparency

    By Zach Halper — April 30, 2014

    Grant management for recipients of federal funds figures to become more streamlined. Congress has passed the Digital Accountability and Transparency (DATA) Act, bringing government-wide standards for grant reporting that is expected to result in easier reporting processes for nonprofits.

  • Independent Sector Calls For Minimum Wage Hike

    By The NonProfit Times — April 29, 2014

    Independent Sector’s (IS) Board of Directors has thrown its support behind the campaign to raise the current federal minimum wage and called for nonprofits to pay staff a “living wage.”

  • ASI Acquires Peer-To Peer Fundraiser UNXvision

    By Patrick Sullivan — April 29, 2014

    Advanced Solutions International (ASI), makers of the donor management software iMIS 20, has acquired UNXvision, an online fundraising software producer in Markham, Ontario, Canada. ASI will add UNXvision’s flagship product, Cause2Give, to its suite of software.

  • Banned Charity Telemarketer Nabbed in N.Y. — Again

    By Zach Halper — April 24, 2014

    A New Jersey-based telemarketer has agreed to pay New York State $50,000 for soliciting funds from charities after being banned from doing business in the state.

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