October 26, 2018 NPT Staff
United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) could fall short of last year’s campaign totals by as much as 15 to 20 percent and is warning local nonprofits to brace for funding cuts.
Average giving amounts by wealthy households increased 15 percent during 2017 compared to two years ago, eclipsing an average $29,000. That’s the plan, even if impact is somewhat fuzzy.
The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation (EMCF) will spin off its 2-year-old startup, Blue Meridian Partners, into an independent nonprofit as the New York City-based foundation aims to spend itself out of existence over the next several years.
The United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ) laid off almost 40 percent of its staff last week in an effort to restructure the organization around three priorities.
Squirrel! Anyone with a pooch with a mind of its own knows what happens next. Some fundraisers are not very different from sprinting after the exciting new development squirrel.
One out of 10 LGBTQ people said they have left a nonprofit job due to an environment that was “not very accepting.” And, almost one-third said they were depressed at work because of an unwelcoming work environment.
SAN DIEGO – Darlene Marcos Shiley asked a room full of healthcare fundraisers a question: “What in life isn’t work pressing hard for?” As president of the Shiley Foundation in Pauma Valley, Calif., she questioned the wisdom of a funder standing in a room of more than 700 fundraisers at the annual international conference of the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP).
Paul G. Allen, one of the inaugural signers of The Giving Pledge and one of the leading philanthropists of the 21st century, died Monday in Seattle, Wash., of complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He was 65 years old.
Since Hurricane Florence made landfall in the Carolinas last month, fundraisers large and small have sprouted up to help those in need.
Training and developing employees at nonprofits has a tendency to be problematic. Organizations have smaller budgets than most of their for-profit counterparts and employees who don’t have much extra time.