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New Years Resolutioners might find that too much pasta is a motivator to get in the gym. For school kids, pasta can be a motivator to learn about fundraising. For others, you just can’t get enough pasta.
The LinkedIn Volunteer Marketplace has reached 10 million members, including 4.5 million in the United States, creating a volunteer gap between the number of skilled volunteers and the number of opportunities available to them.
Fast Company magazine has released a list of what it calls the top 10 most innovative nonprofits. In the opinion of the magazine’s editors, organizations on the list lead the way in technology use, scope or best practices. The Foundation for Detroit’s Future landed the top spot on the list by virtue of its grandiose vision: saving a city and its art.
The House of Representatives is expected to vote on a bill Thursday that would make permanent four charitable giving incentives sought by the nonprofit leaders in the last congressional session. The legislation essentially would be the 2015 version of the America Gives More Act which the House passed in July while a similar bill fell only eight votes shore in December, under suspension of the rules.
Human resource executives would like to think that job applicants are enthusiastic about working in the nonprofit sector and that the people they hire are excited about working for their charitable organization.
A three-day, 60-mile walk planned this summer to raise awareness of charitable overhead issues and funds for the Charity Defense Council (CDC) has been put on hold.
Charitable giving incentives that the nonprofit community had pushed to make permanent last year were reintroduced in the new Congressional session and part of a group of bills marked up yesterday by the House Ways and Means Committee.
NPT Lunch Truck is a a 15-minute audio interview on a hot issue of the day while you munch on that chicken salad sandwich with the crust cut off. The newsmaker will be interviewed by a member of the editorial staff of The NonProfit Times.
A $220-million social services organization in New York City will abruptly shut down as a result of a $19.4-million shortfall last year.
Every year Easy Lift Transportation’s 28 vehicles collectively travel more than 840,000 miles, the equivalent of about 300 trips from New York City to Los Angeles. The organization spent some $300,000 last year on gasoline. This year, that bill will be cut by roughly $40,000.
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