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The first thing that might come to mind when you hear the words data breach is the recent hacks of large corporations such as Home Depot, Chase and Target that possibly exposed millions of usernames, passwords and other records. Hacking a nonprofit isn’t likely to breach 76 million records as is estimated with Chase or yield a bounty of credit card information, but who knows the motivation of some people?
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The Tuesday after Thanksgiving is a wonderful charitable antidote to the shopping frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday — with big results. Here are a few tips from the world of behavioral science that will help you make the most of this critical day, #GivingTuesday.
Congress has gone home for the Thanksgiving holiday with a threat of a presidential veto for a rumored $440 billion tax compromise legislative package that is not formally available for inspection.
The Minnesota affiliates of a chain of for-profit thrift shops are under investigation by the State Attorney General’s Office for allegedly misleading donors and shortchanging charities on the value of donated items.
CFRE International and the European Fundraising Association (EFA) announced a partnership that will further extend fundraising best practices in Europe with collaboration of the two partners’ professional education and certification programs.
Emails to and from the now former director of the Exempt Organizations Division of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Lois Lerner, that were believed lost might have been located on back-up storage units.
Every now and then there’s a board of directors — how can this be written diplomatically — that doesn’t seem to get it. This doesn’t happen often, but when it does it’s never a pretty sight. Usually the not-getting-it board seems to be paying attention, and its members really do want the best for their organization, but somehow or another “the best” never seems to happen.
Is your nonprofit becoming frustrated with using QuickBooks or some other financial system? If your answer is “yes” then you should attend our upcoming free webinar with Intacct Corporation.
The former controller of a medical nonprofit has been charged with embezzling more than $1.8 million of the organization’s funds for personal use, according to the a formal complaint filed by federal prosecutors in New York City.