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Special Report: The Year 2000...

There’s an ancient curse that states, "May you live in interesting times." Literally from day 1 (or 01/01/00), this year has been a most interesting time. The stock of supplies in many organizations’ storerooms outlasted fears of the Y2K bug, which was more of an annoying gnat than a Lyme tick. The many upgrades of […]

Organizations Push Past 40.5 Billion Dollars...

The times they are a changing, sang Bob Dylan. Though he certainly wasn’t singing about the NPT 100, an organization based in his home state of Minnesota is as much a part of the changing times as any of the new organizations listed in the sector’s oldest ranking of the nation’s largest nonprofits. St. Paul, […]

Donor Relationships...

Michael Gilbert’s passion is helping nonprofits do a better job. To do that, he studies nonprofits as organisms and then looks for ways to use technology to build on their natural strengths and way of doing business. That’s not surprising. The Swedish-born Gilbert, who grew up in Austria, Berlin and Los Angeles, was trained as […]

ePhilanthropy Shakeout Expected...

After accelerating for more than a year, digital philanthropy is braking for some bumps and shifting gears. Software-makers and Web services targeting charity have flooded the market, testing investors’ limits and making it tough for nonprofits to sort through competing vendors and products. "There will be a shakeout in this industry and there will be […]