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  • Strategically, Economically Using Your Printers

    By Ted Needleman — November 13, 2014

    In the beginning, there were impact printers. Then in 1984 Hewlett Packard introduced the first desktop ThinkJet monochrome printer. HP eclipsed its inkjet with another introduction — the first LaserJet printer. HP didn’t invent the laser printer. Xerox hatched it in 1969. Those first laser printers were behemoths and enormously expensive.

  • 6 Things That Will Kill Your Job Interview

    By The NonProfit Times — November 13, 2014

    There are certain things you should never say or do during a job interview, whether it’s in person, on the phone, or on Skype. No matter how skillfully you answered other questions, making one huge mistake could be the difference between getting hired or not.

  • The Tithe Has Turned: Young, Non-Religious Women Give More

    By The NonProfit Times — November 12, 2014

    The standard religiosity-giving story is this: the older and more religious a donor is, the more the person gives to charity. But younger women seem to be bucking that trend, according to the report Women Give 2014, produced by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and its program, the Women’s Philanthropy Institute.

  • $10 Million For Social Impact Entertainment

    By Mark Hrywna — November 12, 2014

    UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television (TFT) today unveiled the Skoll Center for Social Impact Entertainment. The center, which is dedicated to promoting social change through entertainment and performing arts, is the result of a $10-million gift by Jeff Skoll, social entrepreneur and founder of Participant Media.

  • Infogroup Acquires Specialized Fundraising Services

    By The NonProfit Times — November 12, 2014

    Infogroup, a provider of business data and marketing solutions, has acquired Specialized Fundraising Services in Spartanburg, S.C. (SFS). Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

  • Tax Strategies For Hedge Funds, Private Equity Funds

    By Karen Andersen, CPA — November 12, 2014

    Hedge funds and private equity funds can be wise, lucrative investments for tax-exempt organizations. They are usually organized as limited partnerships or limited liability companies and are treated as limited partnerships for tax purposes, unless the funds elect to be taxed as a corporation. The default treatment as a limited partnership allows the fund to avoid taxation at the fund level and pass the income through to its investors or partners.

  • Jurisdictions Cuffing Asks About Arrests

    By Sandi Pessin Boyd, Douglas B. Mishkin and Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum — November 12, 2014

    The District of Columbia is about to become the 14th jurisdiction nationwide to “ban the box,” prohibiting employers — nonprofit and otherwise — from asking job applicants to check a box indicating whether they have ever been arrested. Nonprofits with employees in Washington, D.C., that ask an employment applicant questions about criminal history early in the hiring process, or who use criminal history to eliminate an applicant from the employment pool, will be subject to a fine by the D.C. Commission on Human Rights.

  • Who’ll Fill Their Shoes?

    By Marty Daks — November 12, 2014

    Neil Nicoll joined a lengthy list of CEOs who are exiting large, influential charities when he announced this past June that at year’s end he would end his nearly decade-long tenure as president and CEO of the YMCA of the USA.

  • Going Deeper Inside A Donor’s Brain — Again

    By The NonProfit Times — November 12, 2014

    Attendees of Leah Eustace’s and Scott Fortnum’s “Journey Deeper Inside the Donor’s Brain” were asked to fold and then tear shapes out of a piece of paper during the Association of Fundraising Professionals international convention in San Antonio, Texas. When they held their work up, no two matched.

  • Lilly School Gets 10th Endowed Chair

    By The NonProfit Times — November 12, 2014

    Global understanding of philanthropy across borders and within cultures is the topic for a new endowment, the Stead Family Chair in International Philanthropy at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.


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