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  • The Nonprofit President

    By Paul Clolery — February 3, 2016

    This issue of The NonProfit Times started hitting the postal stream just as the good people of Iowa were caucusing and the outcome was still in doubt. Eyes are trained on New Hampshire on Feb. 9 and then South Carolina on Feb. 27 for those primaries. Anyone who believes we’ll have an indicator as to how the presidential nominating process will turn out from those three exercises in democracy hasn’t been watching closely enough.

  • Retention-Based Budgeting

    By Stephanie Ceruolo and Larry May — February 3, 2016

    You’re probably accustomed to approaching annual budgeting with two overarching numbers dominating your thinking: how much more your organization is asking you to raise and how much more funding they’ll give you to reach that goal. The process doesn’t leave a lot of opportunity for thinking in the long term — where will this program be in five years?

  • Declining Oil Revenue, Budgets Pressures Alaskans’ Giving

    By Andy Segedin — February 3, 2016

    Alaskans have donated $13.8 million to charity during the past seven years through the Pick. Click. Give. program, a giving mechanism that enables residents to donate a portion of their Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) to local causes. The program has grown each year since its inception in 2009, but efforts to address the state’s budget deficit might cut into PFDs, which are given annually to those who reside in the state for a full calendar year.

  • BBBSA Hits The Road Again — This Time To Tampa

    By Mark Hrywna — February 3, 2016

    It’s not often an established national nonprofit moves its headquarters. It’s even more unusual when it happens twice within only a few years. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) left its Philadelphia, Pa., headquarters in 2013 for Irving, Texas, moving into a complex owned by one of its largest affiliates and which also housed BBBS International. BBBSA’s headquarters hit the road for Tampa just two years later.

  • The Encore Movement

    By Andy Segedin — February 3, 2016

    HandsOn Greater Phoenix (HGP) has relied heavily on the engagement of students and working adults throughout its 23-year history. When it launched an academic intervention program shortly after its inception, it stuck with its target demographic.

  • WWP To Retain Independent Advisors To Review Operations

    By Mark Hrywna — February 2, 2016

    Four days after firing off letters demanding apologies and retractions from CBS News and The New York Times, Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is “in the process of retaining independent advisors to conduct a thorough financial and policy review of the concerns.”

  • Check-Writing Scam Targets Charities

    By Andy Segedin — February 2, 2016

    A check-writing scam targeting nonprofits in the Richmond, Va., area has the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance (BBB WGA) warning to be on the alert for big checks followed by emails seeking refunds.

  • Giving Up 1.6%, Online Gifts Still In Single Digits

    By Andy Segedin — February 2, 2016

    The online portion of charitable giving continued on its dial-up-speed ascension in 2015, representing just 7.1 percent of charitable giving, up from 6.7 percent in 2014. The small share restrained online giving’s overall 9.2 percent increase from making a bigger dent in overall giving, which climbed by 1.6 percent in 2015.

  • MDA Rebrands, Launches ‘Live Unlimited’

    By Andy Segedin — February 1, 2016

    Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) returned to its roots as it lit the way to its future during its brand re-launch on Friday. The Chicago-based organization held the re-launch at Carnegie Hall in New York City, the site of its first telethon in 1956.

  • WWP Defends Fundraising, Personnel Practices

    By Mark Hrywna — January 29, 2016

    Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) has demanded retractions from CBS Network and The New York Times after the two media companies published stories this week critical of the charity for its spending on administrative and management expenses.


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