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  • Receive And Give

    By Susan Ellis — October 31, 2014

    Volunteers with a direct, personal connection to the work of an organization are often conspicuous by their absence, particularly in human service agencies. These are recipients of service, their families and friends, or people in the facility’s immediate neighborhood. These are the folks the staff serves, and therefore are not always recognized as a source of talent.

  • #GivingTuesday Prepares For Round #3 On December 2

    By Patrick Sullivan — October 31, 2014

    Last year it was the Unselfie. Now, the nonprofit sector is awaiting the next big surprise #GivingTuesday has in store next month.

  • Hooking New Online Shoppers To Also Donate Takes Marketing

    By Patrick Sullivan — October 31, 2014

    Pam Kohl, executive director at Komen North Carolina Triangle to the Coast (Komen NCTC), a Susan G. Komen for the Cure affiliate in Raleigh, N.C., wanted to rely less on race revenue. She was seeking easy ways to engage supporters when she stumbled upon online retail behemoth Amazon’s AmazonSmile program.

  • The 2014 NPT Top 100: Is Recovery Here?

    By Mark Hrywna — October 31, 2014

    Revenue for the nation’s largest nonprofits has continued to recover since the recession, backed by a slow but steady return for donations last year and buoyed by more gains in investment income and continued growth of program service revenue.

  • Transitioning From Buddy To Boss

    By Monica Wofford — October 29, 2014

    You’ve worked hard. You’ve stayed late. You’ve been a team leader. And, finally, you’ve gotten that promotion. Now what? Build that team, train those new hires, push all the papers, and create great results. It’s significantly different than the job you used to do.

  • West Virginia Ballot Item Targets BSA’s Land Use

    By Mark Hrywna — October 28, 2014

    West Virginia voters will head to the polls on Election Day (Nov. 4) faced with a question of whether to allow nonprofit youth organizations that build $100-million facilities to be exempt from property tax. The ballot question to amend the state constitution would affect just one property and organization: the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and its Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in Fayette County.

  • Nonprofits Worth $887.3 Billion To U.S. Economy

    By The NonProfit Times — October 28, 2014

    The tax-exempt sector in the United States represented 5.4 percent of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP) during 2012, contributing $887.3 billion to the economy. And of those tax-exempt entities, 501(c)(3) public charities accounted for slightly more than three-quarters of the sector’s revenue ($1.65 trillion) and expenses ($1.56 trillion) and more than three-fifths of nonprofit assets ($2.99 trillion) during 2012.

  • The Recession Changed How Donors Think

    By The NonProfit Times — October 28, 2014

    This most recent recession was as bad as Larry May has ever seen, and he’s seen a few. “I’ve been through four,” said May. For the others, he said, “By the time we realized we were in a recession it was over. Nonprofits usually didn’t even adjust their budgets. This has been radically different.”

  • The NonProfit Times Partners with Infofree.com to Help Find New Donors

    By The NonProfit Times — October 28, 2014

    Infofree.com, the premier provider of sales leads, email lists and mailing lists, and The NonProfit Times, the leading business publication for nonprofit management, are partnering to offer data-driven prospect lists to nonprofit professionals nationwide. This partnership, available Nov. 1, allows nonprofit professionals to reach quality prospects efficiently and affordably at only $49.95 per month.

  • Fundraiser Is Fined $1.054 Million By South Carolina

    By The NonProfit Times — October 27, 2014

    A St. Paul, Minn.-based fundraising agency was hit with the largest fine in South Carolina in nearly a decade for assorted alleged violations when it made telephone calls into the Palmetto state for some of the nation’s largest charities.

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