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When the economy tanks it gives entrepreneurs a reason to try a new path. That’s what nonprofit managers are doing, increasingly with technology as a centerpiece. Whether it’s down the block or around the world, smart nonprofit managers are leading the sector to plow untilled soil. Innovation is springing from that dirt. The economy has slowed while the pace of change is accelerating. Managers at nonprofits with resources and those just launching causes seem to be handling the recession better than most organizations.
For the third time in as many years, one of the nation’s largest nonprofits will be dropping a reference to “Christ” from its name in an effort to simplify and make its message more effective.
Even though school is still out this summer, the process for funding education organizations has not ceased, thanks to a $49.5 million investment by the Walton Family Foundation (WFF) in Teach for America (TfA).
As a needed salvation from the scorching concrete jungle of New York City, the air-conditioned Metropolitan Museum of Art has recently been heating up with interest.
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs (NJDCA) is accepting public comment on a proposed mandatory donor designation disclosure. Nonprofits would be required to provide a mechanism for donors to designate funds to specific programs.
The Model Protection of Charitable Assets Act (MPCAA) received approval from the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) Tuesday during the ULC’s annual meeting in Vail, Colo.
Several Minnesota nonprofits are breathing easier after court rulings deemed them essential services, meaning they can continue to receive state funding despite the state’s shutdown over a budget impasse.
Calling it “the right time for a transition,” Council on Foundations (CoF) President and CEO Steve Gunderson announced today that he will step down Sept. 1 after six years on the job.
The bosses at two major nonprofits announced they are stepping down from their posts.
It’s not just enough nowadays to have a transactional cause marketing campaign that donates a percentage or dollar amount of a purchase to a nonprofit organization. Not only do these types of donations amount to little in terms of long-term growth, but also tremendously difficult to convert these one-time donors into long-time supporters of your organization.
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