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Monday, October 29th, 2018

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Maine Healthcare System Consolidates Into $3 Billion Nonprofit

The national trend of hospital systems merging or consolidating continues. The hospital and service members that make up MaineHealth in Portland, Maine, will be one nonprofit system beginning January 1. It will become a single nonprofit entity...
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140 Charities Brace For Cincinnati United Way Shortfall

United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) could fall short of last year’s campaign totals by as much as 15 to 20 percent and is warning local nonprofits to brace for funding cuts. The organization did not announce a fundraising goal for 2018 but CEO Michael Johnson told WCPO Cincinnati that $52 million is projected for this year’s campaign, which concludes Nov. 14...
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Special Reports

Wealthy Donors Boosted Average Giving 15 Percent In 2017

Average giving amounts by wealthy households increased 15 percent during 2017 compared to two years ago, eclipsing an average $29,000. That’s the plan, even ifimpact is somewhat fuzzy. And, nine out of 10 wealthy households gave to charity, according to the 2018 U.S. Trust Study of High Net Worth (HNW) Philanthropy...
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