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The Center for Competitive Politics (CCP) will appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States a California Circuit Court decision that would require nonprofits to file un-redacted Schedule B forms with the California Attorney General’s Office.
The Barack Obama Presidential Center will be built on the south side of Chicago, with plans to open offices by the end of this year.
More colleges and universities are experimenting with social media as part of their fundraising efforts than last year, according to a recent survey, although for the vast majority, it still represents 5 percent or less of their total. Institutions also are using more images and video than text but
The My Brother’s Keeper Alliance (MBK Alliance), an organization President Barack Obama announced as a spinoff to his initiative of the same name, already has some $80 million worth of commitments. What it doesn’t have is a tax exemption.
The .ngo and .ong domain names are now available to all nonprofits. The open registration follows a sunrise period where organizations that had trademark names could register and a limited registration period for any nonprofits that had expressed prior interest. About 1,000 nonprofits have signed up since the sunrise period, according to domain provider Public Interest Registry (PIR).
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th District denied a preliminary injunction to a nonprofit challenging the California Attorney General’s requirement that organizations disclose significant donors.
Claiming a “yearlong campaign of political harassment and public vilification,” the Humane Society of the United States sued Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt recently regarding an investigation of the charity. An Oklahoma judge blocked General Pruitt from obtaining all but one contested document that he sought.
Rev. Andy Bales, CEO of the Union Rescue Mission (URM) in Los Angeles, advocates for the homeless with fervor and conviction. When he’s looking for a new direct response agency partner, the chosen firm must be able to accommodate that style.
People often fall into a trap when they look at their 401(k) retirement savings account balances. They see a (hopefully large) bucket of money and start planning indulgences for their golden years, without having a sense of the expenses inherent in those golden years.
Singer Taylor Swift made headlines in February when her legal team applied for U.S. trademark protection for many of the titles of her currently popular songs. Trademarking “Party Like It’s 1989” seems reasonable and, let’s face it, nobody’s done that for 25 years, except maybe Rod Stewart.
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