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  • Top 10 Towns

    By Don McNamara — September 17, 2012

    Austin, Texas is hot – and it’s not just the mercury in the thermometers outside that in the summer routinely dance with 100-degrees. The city and surrounding suburbs are teeming with technology jobs and people there are pulling down good salaries.

  • Nation’s First School of Philanthropy Gets Approval

    By The NonProfit Times — September 14, 2012

    Indiana University has received approval to establish a School of Philanthropy on the Indiana University-Purdue University campus in Indianapolis (IUPUI).

  • The 100 Best U.S. Communities For Youth Development

    By The NonProfit Times — September 12, 2012

    On their face, Cincinnati, Ohio and Anchorage, Alaska would seem very different. The common thread is that they are both among the best communities in the nation for young people.

  • Donors Stand Up For $81 Million

    By The NonProfit Times — September 10, 2012

    The hour-long Stand Up 2 Cancer (SU2C) telethon for cancer research, which blanketed all of the major broadcast and cable television outlets last week, brought in pledges of an estimated $81 million.

  • Blackbaud Appoints New Enterprise Customer Business Unit President

    By The NonProfit Times — September 5, 2012

    Software giant Blackbaud appointed Joseph (Joe) D. Moye as president of its Enterprise Customer Business Unit (ECBU). He replaces Gene Austin, the former CEO of software firm Convio, which was acquired by Blackbaud earlier this year.

  • Small Nonprofits Fuel Fundraising Growth

    By The NonProfit Times — September 5, 2012

    Nonprofit Davids might have plunked the sector’s Goliaths. Small organizations experienced have fundraising growth while the big boys are losing ground.

  • MDA Hopes To Transition Volunteers To Non-Telethon Duties

    By Patrick Sullivan — September 4, 2012

    There was no chance of a donor calling in to the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s (MDA) annual Labor Day telethon and being lucky enough to talk to a famous volunteer. Local and on-air watched national phone banks were eliminated, with telephone operations centralized and in-bound calls handled by centers in the Midwest.

  • Mergers Keep Doors Open, Refocuses Management

    By Mark Hrywna — September 4, 2012

    Chuck Gehring has overseen four nonprofit mergers in his years as president and CEO of LifeCare Alliance in Columbus, Ohio. “It’s important in this economy, in our field, if you don’t try to do something extra, you’re going to be out of business,” he said. “Your traditional revenue sources – United Way, government — are eroding. If you’re going to just keep laying off you’re not able to do anything.”

  • Musical Chairs At Komen, Brinker Stays And Goes

    By Mark Hrywna — September 4, 2012

    A media firestorm regarding pink powerhouse Susan G. Komen for the Cure defunding of Planned Parenthood, and its eventual reversal, started this past February and put the organization in the spotlight for reasons unrelated to its usual marketing prowess.

  • General Ramblings: Stage One Is Denial

    By Paul Clolery — September 4, 2012

    Richard Nixon. Lt. Commander Philip Francis Queeg. Nancy Brinker. What do these three have in common?


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