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The Epilepsy Foundation and the Epilepsy Therapy Project have announced their intention to merge by January 1, 2013. The new national organization will keep the name Epilepsy Foundation.
UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who attended today’s webinar. If you missed the event, you can view the slides and recording on our online library.
During an interview Monday with a Fox affiliate in Colorado, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney suggested that, if elected, he would consider placing a $17,000 cap on charitable deductions for middle-class families.
If you have ever been to Yellowstone National Park in Montana, you know how breathtaking it is. Perhaps you have even felt the desire to do something to help the Park. With the newest featured nonprofit job from NPT Jobs, now you can.
Sustainable fundraising. Those two words alone are sure to conjure up some great thoughts for nonprofit leaders. Every organization strives to create a fundraising program that will consistently bring revenue into the organization, but it’s a lot easier said than done.
How does your nonprofit determine how to hire employees? Does it make those decisions solely on the quality of the candidate’s resume and her interview performance? These are both important factors, but they should not be the only ones guiding your decision.
A new study by the Stelter Company in Des Moines, Iowa revealed that nonprofits may need to reinvent the way they go searching for planned giving donors.
The health care field in the nonprofit sector is constantly growing. Just recently, donations to U.S. hospitals and health care systems jumped 8.2 percent, according to a study by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy. NPT Jobs is now featuring a job in this growing field, so now is the time to polish those resumes.
Nonprofits that solicit contributions in Colorado and file registration statements – as well as professional fundraising consultants and paid solicitors – will see registration fees drop to $1 for at least the next year.
United Way of New York City will be led by a female president and CEO for the first time in its history. Sheena Wright, a former United Way board member who for the past decade has been president and CEO of Abyssinian Development Corporation (ADC) in the Harlem section of New York City, will succeed Gordon Campbell in mid-November.
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