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Knowing who stakeholders are is an important part of nonprofit operation, and Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) is becoming more of a consideration in the sector.
What is the key to creating a successful and sustainable fundraising program? Larry C. Johnson has a few answers to that question.
The City Council of Lawrence, N.J. is asking nonprofits to “voluntarily” contribute 25 percent of what they would pay in property taxes, in an attempt to generate revenue for the town.
Two featured nonprofit jobs in two days! Looks like August is shaping up to be a great month for the Nonprofit Job Seeker.
The director of Rockingham County’s Community Action Program (RCCAP) pleaded guilty yesterday to embezzling almost $1 million from a Sanford, ME nonprofit he headed.
When you see job postings at an organization, there is usually only one opening per job. That’s not the case with this featured nonprofit job from Integrated Direct Marketing. The agency works with nonprofit clients as well as big companies such as the Home Depot, Google, and Dell.
Coinciding with the release of this year’s Power and Influence Top 50 is the August 1 edition of The NonProfit Times. The P&I 50 will get a lot of the attention in this issue, but there are a lot of other important stories in this month’s edition. This includes a special report on the potential impact the 2012 presidential elections could have on the nonprofit sector.
It has been 15 years since The NonProfit Times revealed its first Power and Influence Top 50 list. Since then, past honorees such as Peter Goldberg and Florence Green have passed away, but their ideas are still foundational in leadership, board management, and entrepreneurship.
Legislation in Oregon last year would have threatened tax deductibility of donations to charities that didn’t meet administrative spending thresholds for three years got a lot of attention. Other moves targeting nonprofits have been brought by governors or in some cases administratively, outside the purview of state legislatures.
While some of the nation’s largest charities applauded the decision by The Supreme Court of the United States earlier this summer to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), when it comes to implementation it’s a cloudy picture of what exactly is next.
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