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The 12 employees and five refrigerated trucks at the Huntington Area Food Bank have been working overtime, expecting to distribute nearly 200,000 pounds of food, water and supplies by the end of this week — 20 times the amount they move in a typical week.
The North Carolina state legislature voted last night to override Gov. Bev Perdue’s veto of a budget that would defund Planned Parenthood clinics in the state.
Russia has introduced a bill that, if approved, would label all nonprofits with funding from outside of the country as “foreign agents.” The law would also put numerous financial burdens on foreign organizations.
Tomorrow, people all across America will be celebrating Independence Day. Our forefathers fought for our freedom all those years ago and as a result, we get to eat burgers, drink beer, and watch fireworks every July 4th. Freedom’s a wonderful thing, right?
More people are reading emails on mobile devices than on desktop computers. It’s no longer an option but a veritable requirement to code emails for mobile optimization. If your organization can’t afford to make an entire mobile-friendly website, at least optimize a few pages for mobile.
Actor Alec Baldwin has donated $1 million to the New York Philharmonic in honor of the organization’s departing president, Zarin Meheta, who is stepping down after 12 years.
While every one on a nonprofit board has a lot of responsibilities, the chair remains one of the most integral members. From delegating and encouraging colleagues to giving the board an identity, the chairman of the board exerts a great deal of influence.
There’s no question that the chief development officer (CDO) of a nonprofit is very important to the fundraising of that organization. This individual is unlikely to have as much of an impact, however, without the assistance of a great support staff.
The recent release of the Giving USA numbers for 2011 was one of the bigger nonprofit stories of June. In the just release July 1 issue of The NonProfit Times, we take a closer look at those numbers in an in-depth special report.
New Jersey’s Center for Non-Profits is asking partners to complete a survey in advance of a hearing by the state’s Red Tape Review Commission.
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