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  • Projection: Sponsorship Dollars To Increase 4%

    By The NonProfit Times — January 16, 2015

    If your organization is trying to draw corporate sponsors, you know that you face some stiff competition for those dollars. “Marketers, sponsors and brands have a number of areas they can invest marketing dollars,” said Jim Andrews, senior vice president of content strategy at Chicago-based sponsorship consulting firm IEG.

  • Postal Service Seeks Hikes As Much As 10%

    By Mark Hrywna — January 16, 2015

    The United States Postal Service (USPS) yesterday requested an overall average postage rate increase of almost 2 percent, with higher averages in some categories to address “underwater products,” including a 10-percent hike for First Class and Standard parcels.

  • Many Choices For On-The-Go Storage

    By Ted Needleman — January 15, 2015

    It seems as if every time you think you have enough storage, some new application comes along or you suddenly discover your files are running out of room.

  • AFP Opens Philanthropy Award Nominations

    By The NonProfit Times — January 14, 2015

    Nominations are now open for the 2015 National Philanthropy Day Honors — the international awards program that recognizes extraordinary generosity and commitment from donors, volunteers, foundations, businesses and young people.

  • 5 Reasons Candidates Aren’t Applying For Your Job

    By The NonProfit Times — January 14, 2015

    You’ve written what you consider to be the perfect advertisement for the job opening at your nonprofit, yet candidates are not busting down the doors to send in their applications. What is the reason? Newsflash: Your job description might not be so perfect after all.

  • USPS Will Have To Provide Notice, Rate Estimates

    By Mark Hrywna — January 13, 2015

    The United States Postal Service (USPS) will have to give 45 days notice before it rolls back a year-old exigent surcharge and provide bi-weekly estimates in the final three months of the temporary 4.3-percent rate.

  • Catholic Charities Select Nun As New President

    By Patrick Sullivan — January 12, 2015

    Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA), based in Alexandria, Va., has appointed Sister Donna Markham, Ph.D., as its first female president in the organization’s 105-year history. She succeeds Rev. Larry Snyder and takes office on June 1.

  • Nonprofit Words, Phrases That Lost Buzz

    By Rick Christ — January 12, 2015

    Baseball is known for its overused phrases and bad grammar as much as it is for hot dogs and beer. But, I still cringed when I heard a college coach introduce a 6-foot, 6-inch pitcher by saying: “This tall drink of water will give you 110%, 110% of the time.”

  • Braverman Out As CEO At Clinton Foundation

    By Mark Hrywna — January 9, 2015

    Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation Chief Executive Officer Eric Braverman is out after just 18 months with the organization.

  • Pasta Philanthropy Is Catching On

    By Patrick Sullivan — January 9, 2015

    New Years Resolutioners might find that too much pasta is a motivator to get in the gym. For school kids, pasta can be a motivator to learn about fundraising. For others, you just can’t get enough pasta.


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