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Breaking News: DMA Looking For New CEO — Again

Breaking News: DMA Looking For New CEO — Again By Mark Hrywna

Linda Woolley has resigned as president and CEO of the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) in New York City. She leaves after less than two years at the organization’s helm and was the DMA’s fourth CEO in as many years. The Board of Directors appointed Tom Benton as interim CEO/COO and Jane Be…   Read More »

AHP Picks Churchill As New CEO

AHP Picks Churchill As New CEO By Mark Hrywna

A former college fundraising executive and Iowa state representative will become the next president and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP). The Falls Church, Va.-based association announced this afternoon that it has hired Steven W. Churchill, execu…   Read More »

Kroc Center Opening Marks #25

Kroc Center Opening Marks #25 By Mark Hrywna

The opening of the latest Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Norfolk, Va., this weekend will be the second to open this year, leaving The Salvation Army with two of the 27 centers left to unveil. Approved to receive funds to build a Kroc Center in 2005, The Salvation Army Hampton Roads A…   Read More »

Boys Scouts Move Troop, Pack From Seattle Church

Boys Scouts Move Troop, Pack From Seattle Church By Zach Halper

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) revoked the charter of one of its Seattle affiliates after the group refused to remove an openly gay Scoutmaster from his leadership position, potentially setting up another showdown on the role of gay members in the Scouts. BSA has found a new organization to spon…   Read More »

NPT’s Best Nonprofits To Work For 2014

NPT’s Best Nonprofits To Work For 2014 By Mark Hrywna, Patrick Sullivan and Martin C. Daks

Click here to see the complete list of the 2014 Best Nonprofits to Work For. We also conducted exclusive audio interviews with some of the winners, which you can listen to by clicking here. Ask almost anyone who works at a nonprofit to tell you the best part about working there and the answer ge…   Read More »

IRS Might Punt, For Now, On Lobbying

IRS Might Punt, For Now, On Lobbying By Mark Hrywna

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is likely to go back to the drawing board with new regulations on political activity of 501(c)(4) social welfare organizations. IRS Commissioner John Koskinsen was quoted in USA Today that the tax enforcement agency is likely to re-write the proposal rules and agai…   Read More »

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Banned Charity Telemarketer Nabbed in N.Y. -- Again

By Zach Halper — April 24, 2014

A New Jersey-based telemarketer has agreed to pay New York State $50,000 for soliciting funds from charities after being banned from doing business in the state.

Study: Active Management Leads To Higher Endowment Returns

By Zach Halper — April 23, 2014

Active management of endowments is positively related to greater returns in U.S. equities over time. “An active manager is trying to beat the index by making decisions to try and deviate from the index,” said David Belmont, CFA, chief risk officer at Commonfund Institute, Wilton, Conn.

Survey: Bible Readers Give More Than Those Who Don’t

By Patrick Sullivan — April 17, 2014

Americans who read the Bible give more than Americans who don’t — roughly $500 more per year, on average. Bible readers donated a median $600 to nonprofits during 2013, compared to a median of $100 for non-Bible-readers. The more someone is engaged with the Bible, the more they give, with those reporting the highest level of engagement donating a median $1,500, versus $30 for non-readers.

Donors, Board Members Among Fundraiser Fears

By Zach Halper — April 16, 2014

What’s keeping the fundraisers of the Association of Fundraising Professional – Greater Philadelphia Chapter (AFP-GPC) – up at night? According to a new survey, it’s everything from board members not raising money to finding new donors.

Oldest U.S. Grantmaking Association To Change Name

By The NonProfit Times — April 10, 2014

The Conference of Southwest Foundations, the oldest association of grantmakers in the United States, announced it is rebranding as Philanthropy Southwest.

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