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Monthly Archives: April 2009
While almost all nonprofits have Web sites, few are using the reach of the Internet to adequately disclose information about their organizations, according to a new report from GuideStar mentioned in Philanthropy Journal. According to “The State of Nonprofit Transparency, … Continue reading
By Katy Snyder JVA Consulting Communications/Resource Development Associate Articles on Arab philanthropy and nonprofits from as recent as 2006 focus on a handful of Arab nonprofit organizations being at the center of terror investigations and allegedly funneling money to extremist … Continue reading
The Colorado Nonprofit Association has launched a new page on its Web site that features video and text from its April 3 workshop, Making Sense of the Recovery Act for Nonprofits. The page also provides an overview of how Recovery … Continue reading
According to the 2009 Nonprofit Employment Trends Survey by Nonprofit HR Solutions, nonprofits will likely cut jobs in 2009. The Philanthropy Journal article says more than one in four nonprofits plan to downsize or lay off staff next year, compared … Continue reading
About one in 10 arts groups in the U.S. are in danger of collapse as private donations, ticket sales and government support dwindle, says nonprofit Americans for the Arts, The Wall Street Journal reported. Museums, theaters and dance companies, which … Continue reading