NPT Weekly Newsletter

Monday, September 17th, 2018


New FASB ASU 2016-14 E-Book fills in the gaps; highlighting timing and examples of reporting changes, side-by-side analysis of changes, and step-by-step updates to key reports. Download E-Book

Nonprofit Official Pleads Guilty In Corporate Transfer

An official of Alternative Opportunities, a nonprofit with multiple locations including in Missouri and Arkansas, pleaded guilty last week to a federal crime of not reporting a felony. No others have yet been charged with crimes, although others have been identified in court documents....
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Many people celebrate Giving Tuesday, so how will your nonprofit stand out? The key to successfully drawing donors is to create the perfect blend of excitement with easy ways to give. From rallying your supporters through a buzzy crowdfunding campaign to keeping in touch with your #GivingTuesday goal progress on social media, discover many ways to shine online in this brand new free guide, #GivingTuesday Ideas for 2018. Read it now!
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Nonprofit Healthcare Netted 13.2% On Investments

Nonprofit healthcare organizations reported an average return of 13.2 percent net-of-fees on investable assets during 2017 compared to 6.2 percent on average for 2016. According to the Commonfund Institute, the 56 funds surveyed reported an average investable asset pool of $2.1 billion as of December 31, 2017, and median investable assets of $987 million. Investable assets include endowment/foundation funds, funded depreciation, working capital and other separately treated assets...
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Capital University Promises Half-Price Tuition To Students of ‘Mission-Centered’ Families

Capital University, a private undergraduate and graduate school in Columbus, Ohio, has promised to give half-price tuition to members of families who work for a non-profit or public service organization. The program is scheduled to begin during the 2019 school year. The purpose of the program is to encourage more people to work in organizations that have a mission to “champion good,” explained Dr. Elizabeth L. Paul, president of Capital University...
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