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PayPal Agrees To More Donation Disclosures

PayPal has agreed to additional disclosures around its charitable giving fund as part of a settlement with nearly two dozen state charity officials. It also agreed to pay $200,000 toward education and regulatory efforts. The 12-page settlement was signed yesterday, almost three years after the lawsuit was filed. New York Attorney General Letitia James, co-chair […]

NBCUniversal Opens Grant Competition in 11 Markets

Comcast NBCUniversal Foundation, in partnership with NBC and Telemundo Owned Television Stations, has launched a grant competition called Project Innovation with $2.5 million for grabs. The grants will be awarded to nonprofits solving everyday problems through innovative solutions. Project Innovation will award grants across four grant categories: Culture of Inclusion, Youth Education, Next Generation Storytellers, […]

Heisman Winner A Champion Food Bank Fundraiser

If Joe Burrow didn’t have enough fans from his Heisman trophy-winning season, the Louisiana State University (LSU) quarterback has made a lot more in the past few weeks, and not just because he led his team to a national championship last night. His remarks after winning the Heisman trophy last month spawned fundraisers on Facebook […]

ASAE Leader John Graham Mourned

Longtime president and CEO of ASAE/The Center for Association Leadership, John H. Graham IV, FASAE, CAE, has died. The Washington, D.C.-based association, which will mark its centennial this year, released a statement Jan. 13, 2020 that Graham died the previous day “after an extended battle with cancer.” Graham took a leave of absence in June. […]

Risks Accompany Benefits When Skilled Volunteers Are Needed

The value of volunteers has long been recognized by nonprofit managers. In light of recent economic difficulties and funding challenges, the base of willing and committed individuals as a means of coping with limited resources has been further built up. But with the benefits come certain risks that nonprofit leaders need to inventory and address. […]

Do Your Part to Support Full-Cost Funding

Funders increasingly realize that inadequate grant support for the indirect costs associated with implementing grant-funded programs weakens the infrastructure of nonprofits. And, there’s a ripple effect. As nonprofits become less able boots-on-the-ground, communities suffer too. “This is a critical issue that effects the health of nonprofits and their ability to fulfill their missions,” said Barbara […]

Fundraisers Cite Challenges, Hope for Better 2020

Fundraisers are concerned about a possible recession, the presidential election and a change in leadership at their own organizations. But 2019 was so challenging that they are actually looking forward to 2020 and expect better results. Those are some of the compiled responses from 450 nonprofit leaders surveyed by The Nonprofit Research Collaborative (NRC). The […]

BREAKING: Co-op aims to block PIR sale to venture firm

An international group of leaders of the Internet and the nonprofit community have filed paperwork in California to establish a co-op organization in an attempt to block the $1.13-billion sale of Public Interest Registry (PIR) to venture firm Ethos Capital. The name of the new organization is Cooperative Corporation of .ORG Registrants. The concept is […]

Boys Scouts Get New Chief Executive

A former Scout and longtime human resources executive will be the next chief executive of Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Roger C. Mosby was announced earlier this week as the next president and CEO of the Irving, Texas-based national office, which marks the 110th anniversary of its founding this year. Chief Scout Executive Michael B. […]

The Next Generation

5 challenges nonprofit leaders will face in 2020 and beyond Millennials are now in a position to take over the reins of many of our most important and cherished nonprofit organizations, and Generation Zers are close behind. As technology and digital natives, these new generations are savvier, more diverse, more committed and more challenged than […]