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  • Tempel Honored With Endowed Deanship at IU

    By The NonProfit Times — September 5, 2014

    The dean’s position at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is being endowed in honor of Eugene R. Tempel, the school’s founding dean. The Eugene R. Tempel Deanship is Indiana University’s first named, endowed deanship systemwide.

  • Nonprofit Tech Must Evolve Inclusively

    By Paul Clolery — September 4, 2014

    SAN FRANCISCO — The first question asked to a room of roughly 250 technologists in the nonprofit space was: What does inclusiveness look like in an implementation plan? Diversity, inclusion and equity must be “interwoven into everything you do.”

  • Millions In Grants Available For Impact Philanthropy Learning

    By The NonProfit Times — September 4, 2014

    Seven foundations have pooled $6 million to fund the first year of grants for a consortium that hopes to provide funding for programs that improve philanthropy and impact.

  • MDA Telethon Donations Down, At $56.9 Million

    By The NonProfit Times — September 3, 2014

    The Muscular Dystrophy Association’s (MDA) annual Labor Day telethon raised $56.9 million dollars after the final donations came in yesterday, marking a slight decrease from last year’s total.

  • Blackbaud To Spend $160 Million For MicroEdge

    By Patrick Sullivan — September 3, 2014

    Blackbaud is back shopping, this time paying $160 million for MicroEdge, a major player in the foundation, donor advised funds and corporate social responsibility space. Earlier this year, Blackbaud acquired education software maker WhippleHill for $35 million.

  • 5 Additions To Recruitment And Retention

    By The NonProfit Times — September 3, 2014

    Employers across the globe are concerned that they are faced with a workforce that is aging and a talent pool that is under-educated, or under-motivated and showing talent shortages in many critical areas. These problems create challenges for all businesses, but they are especially critical for nonprofits, which usually operate with a smaller number of employees than for-profit firms.

  • Crowdfunding Dreams

    By Patrick Sullivan — September 2, 2014

    Crowdfunding is no Field of Dreams: If you build it, they might not come. “If you build it, you need to push it out and tell everyone about it, and then they will come,” said Stephanie Truax, director of development for the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA).

  • The Organizational Chart

    By Susan Ellis — September 2, 2014

    The question of where to “place” responsibility for the administration of volunteer involvement surfaces repeatedly, with no agreement upon standard practice. While there is no definitely right or wrong department or level in an organization where volunteers belong, where they appear on the organizational chart sends a message as to their importance.

  • Charity Navigator Goes To 100-Point Ratings System

    By Patrick Sullivan — September 2, 2014

    It might be time to dig out that retainer and tuba from your high school yearbook picture. Charity watchdog Charity Navigator changed in August the way it issues its ratings. While the organization has no plans to move to a letter grade system, the new system is based on 100 points, similar to the school system and is more recognizable to users.

  • Way Cool!

    By Mark Hrywna — September 2, 2014

    Lou Gehrig’s Disease probably hasn’t received this much exposure since the Hall of Fame first baseman’s famous farewell speech at Yankee Stadium 75 years ago.


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