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Auction Firm MaestroSoft Acquired By Arreva

Virtual fundraising and events firm MaestroSoft has been acquired by Arreva, a cloud-based, fundraising and donor relationship management software firm in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Terms of the deal, which closed on May 9 and announced today, were not disclosed. MaestroSoft will continue to operate as a stand-alone Arreva company from its Bellevue, Wash., headquarters. The […]

Lilly School Launches Grad Fellowship In Muslim Philanthropy

The Muslim Philanthropy Initiative at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI will offer a Fellowship in Muslim Philanthropic and Humanitarian Studies in collaboration with the Zakat Foundation Institute (ZFI) beginning in the fall 2020 semester, school officials announced. During the 18-month fellowship, students will take two Lilly Family School of Philanthropy […]

How to Write a Capacity-Building Grant Proposal

A capacity-building grant is a specific type of award meant to strengthen an organization’s internal systems and thereby increase its effectiveness. The focus is on building the ability of an organization to vigorously and successfully pursue its mission.  “There are two structural differences between a capacity-building proposal and a proposal for a program that will […]

Recruiting Young, Diverse Boards A Challenge

Nonprofit leaders acknowledge the need to diversify organizational boards of directors and advisors. The impulse goes beyond issues of justice and fairness — although these are factors — to those of organization strength: diverse leadership enables nonprofits to consider a wider range of factors and reach broader audiences. While 95 percent of nonprofits are actively […]

AGs File Suit Against NRA

Charity regulators in New York and Washington, D.C., filed separate lawsuits against the National Rifle Association (NRA) and its charitable foundation, seeking to dissolve the pro-gun organization amid allegations of misusing charitable funds. In a 169-page complaint filed with the New York Supreme Court today, New York Attorney General Letitia James also aims to bar […]

The Hack Of Blackbaud: Damage Is Still Being Assessed

Donors to the Vermont Food Bank didn’t rain email and phone calls down upon the organization when they found out data in the charity’s fundraising software had been hacked at technology provider Blackbaud and was part of a ransomware threat. The food bank’s leaders, however, weren’t as sanguine. Donors have been “very supportive overall,” said […]

NPO Execs Demand Feds Not Stop Census Early

Four months after asking Congress for an extension to complete the census, and with an estimated 40 percent of households left to count, the U.S. Census Bureau yesterday announced it will end the count a month early. Close to 500 nonprofit leaders have penned a letter demanding that the federal government not “rush the significant […]

PowerUp Fund Starts Paying $60 Million

Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP), Oakland, Calif., has made the first of its donations to nonprofits that aid Latino small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The donations will come from HIP’s PowerUp Fund, which eventually aims to raise $60 million – one dollar for each Latinx who lives in the United States. The first wave […]

GivingTuesday Seeks Applicants For Micro Grants

GivingTuesday will commit $250,000 in micro grants toward coaching and peer learning for leaders worldwide as part of its new Starling Collective to spur implementation of new ideas and grassroots action. Applications for the first cohort of participants opens today and will be accepted through Sept. 1. Participants will be announced in early October. The […]

Nonprofits Want New York To Pay On Time

A letter signed by executives at 715 individual nonprofits and 14 umbrella organizations requests New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo deliver promised payments to the nonprofits. The letter, which was sent in late July, is in response to Cuomo’s March 7 Executive Order 202.48, “Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency.” […]