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St. Louis has more than the Cardinals and the Gateway Arch. It also has the best-run nonprofits in America, according to a new study from nonprofit sector watchdog Charity Navigator. Nonprofits in The Gateway to the West have fewer expenses, more revenue growth, more transparency, more assets, and their CEOs are paid better than the national average.
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The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) this week formally launched its search for a new president and chief executive officer.
Some unusual items were stolen last weekend from a North Carolina nonprofit: Diapers.
The average grant by a donor-advised fund was up 6 percent and the average number grants per account increased last year, according to the 2014 Fidelity Charitable Giving Report.
If you have been to the NPT Jobs Career Center today you will have noticed it looks a little different. If you were wondering whether your eyes were playing tricks on you we’re here to put that to rest.
Microsoft, Ford and Target are the top three brands in America most trusted to act responsibly. But, worldwide results tell a different story. The 2014 Aspirational Consumer Index, released by BBMG and GlobeScan, surveyed more than 20,000 consumers in 21 countries on six continents to find the most trusted companies.
A bill that would crack down on fraudulent charities found no opposition in the California State Assembly, setting the table for stricter enforcement in the state.
An Australian mayor is saying thanks but no thanks to a donation to his town’s charity after learning the money is the proceeds of a picture of Kate Middleton’s royal wardrobe malfunction.
The New York City Change Capital Fund (CCF), a collaboration of 17 foundations and financial institutions dedicated to the revitalization of distressed New York City communities, has launched an initiative to harness the strength of community development corporations (CDCs) to reduce poverty in high-need New York City neighborhoods.