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Charities might have another tool returned to their fundraising toolbox this year, but Congress first has to get through an agenda dominated by other issues. Like the estate tax, the IRA Charitable Rollover expired December 31, 2009 and fundraisers following activity in Congress are hopeful it could be extended in early 2010.
When a Kansas City, Kan., postal service processing center closed, local mailers had to either drop the mail off at a small post office or take it 11 miles to the Kansas City, Mo. plant.
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh students got wind this past April that the school was negotiating with fast food chain KFC to open a location on campus. Animal activist students decided they needed to move on the info.
Healthcare reform might be a double-edged sword for nonprofits, with some organizations left in the cold while a new explosion of groups to handle aspects of the new laws spring up, creating more competition in the marketplace.
In this current economic environment, you must be asking how you can do more with less. Chances are your financial base is not growing, as you desire, yet the needs of the people you serve don’t decline in a recession. If anything, these needs may increase.
A judge has rejected the state of Utah’s request to dismiss a lawsuit challenging its jurisdiction over professional fundraisers who do not do business in the state. The ruling was from Dale Kimball, United States District Court Judge for the District of Utah, Central Division.
The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) has released a discussion draft of the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the much-anticipated Social Innovation Fund (SIF). Feedback, due Jan. 15, will be considered for the final NOFA, which is expected by February. SIF grants will be awarded this summer.
Less than a month before the estate tax is set to disappear for a year, The House of Representatives approved legislation Thursday that would create new rates for 2010 and beyond.
Two weeks after its previous leader resigned, Susan G. Komen for the Cure appointed its founder as CEO while separating the duties of president from the position.
The Arc of the United States (ARC) is defying the trend of slacking activity in car donation programs. The 60-year-old civil rights organization just started a car program about a year ago while other programs face 30-percent declines from the economy.
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