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  • Susan G. Komen Spokesman Quits

    By Mark Hrywna — May 3, 2012

    Another key executive at Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s national headquarters is leaving the organization after a public relations debacle regarding funding to Planned Parenthood of America.

  • Brown University Doubles Payments To Providence

    By Zach Halper — May 2, 2012

    Brown University agreed to a deal with the city of Providence, R.I., that would double the amount the Ivy League college currently pays to the financially troubled city.

  • Study: Corporate Philanthropy Is Falling Short

    By The NonProfit Times — May 2, 2012

    For-profit companies have a deficit when dealing with nonprofits, even though the firms have the ability to make a real difference in their communities.

  • Nonprofits Make Sure Friends Find Them ‘Pinteresting’

    By Zach Halper — May 1, 2012

    Lindsay Nichols admitted that she was just experimenting when she created the Pinterest account for GuideStar, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit that publishes organizational Form 990s and other sector data.

  • Smaller Boards Flexible, Engage All Members

    By Mark Hrywna — May 1, 2012

    Although the board of Do Something was made up of 23 members — right around the sweet spot that most best practices suggest – the Manhattan-based youth volunteer organization still cut it in half.

  • General Ramblings: Taxes Vs. Fundraising

    By Paul Clolery — May 1, 2012

    The images of people begging to be rescued from the roofs of their New Orleans homes in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina are as emblazoned into the memories of Americans as the sight of planes slamming into Towers I and II of the World Trade Center and the television footage of a Secret Service agent jumping on the back of a convertible in Dallas.

  • Don’t Assume

    By Susan Ellis — May 1, 2012

    Leaders of volunteers deal daily with all sorts of misconceptions that seem never to die, no matter how often they are challenged. These include perennial favorites, such as volunteers are free (and you get what you pay for), volunteers pose greater risks than paid personnel, and so on. Perhaps the biggest fallacy of all explains the others: It is the assumption that people automatically know how to work effectively with volunteers.

  • Giving Continues Steady Year-Over-Year Recovery

    By The NonProfit Times — May 1, 2012

    Charitable giving continued signs of resurgence, increasing for the 11th consecutive month during March 2012, and up 2.2 percent in the three months ending in March, according to the latest Blackbaud Index of Charitable Giving and Index of Online Giving.

  • East Coast Vs. West Coast, Public Vs. Private

    By Mark Hrywna — May 1, 2012

    Fundraising at colleges and universities is not unlike the madness that surrounds the NCAA’s annual basketball tournament. The big, major conference schools can dominate at times but the smaller, so-called mid-major schools often give their bigger rivals their comeuppance in a shocking upset.

  • Blackbaud/Convio Deal Moves Closer

    By The NonProfit Times — April 27, 2012

    Nonprofit technology rivals Blackbaud and Convio could start operating as one company in as few as eight business days after the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) this week closed its antitrust investigation of the merger.


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