Council of Nonprofits in the News


Do Walmart, Amazon, McDonald’s and IBM match employees’ donations to charity? The answers may surprise you

That’s a missed opportunity, says Rick Cohen, spokesman for the National Council of Nonprofits. “Every dollar counts for many of the small and mid-size nonprofits,” Cohen told MarketWatch.

Tags: Corporate Giving, Philanthropy

As pressure builds over .org sell-off, internet governance orgs fall back into familiar pattern: Silence

As silence reigns in the companies that will decide the future of .org, its opponents have grown louder.

Tags: .org Domains, Domain Names

.Org Websites Face Uncertain Future

The dot-org (.org) domain registry is set to be acquired by private equity firm...

Tags: Internet, Domain Names, .org Domains

Nonprofits Fight Sale Of .ORG Registry

The National Council of Nonprofits submitted comments to ICANN in the lead-up to the sale announcement. The organization’s leaders articulated strong opposition to the lifting of the price-hike cap.

Tags: .org Domains, Websites, Domain Names

New Overtime Rules Set

According to the National Council of Nonprofits, the Overtime Final Rule implements a 50-percent increase in the salary level test that was last set 15 years earlier, a period that saw a 33-percent increase in the federal poverty level.

Tags: Overtime, HR

Who's minding the store on nonprofits?

The NTA report criticized the 1023-EZ’s “checkbox approach” that asks applicants to attest that they qualify for a tax exemption rather than having to demonstrate that they meet the requirements.

Tags: Form 1023-EZ, Tax Exemption

Nonprofits See Hints Tax Law Has Cut Giving

Nonprofits have seen troubling trends in giving, but it’s hard to pin the blame on the tax law change, said Rick Cohen, COO and spokesman for the National Council of Nonprofits in Washington.

Tags: Charitable Giving, Tax Reform

National Council Of Nonprofits CEO: Big Donations Masking Drops In Individual Giving

Some charities across the country are struggling.

That’s according to Tim Delaney, the head of the National Council of Nonprofits.

Tags: Giving, Charitable Giving

Corporate CFOs in High Demand at Charities as Budgets Come Under Scrutiny

“Governments have a habit of paying late, leaving the nonprofit trying to figure out how to pay for services upfront while waiting months to be reimbursed,” said Rick Cohen, chief operating officer at the National Council of Nonprofits, a body...


Can a Growing Nonprofit Economy Lead to a Thriving Democratic Culture?

A new report from the National Council of Nonprofits, titled ...

Tags: Nonprofit Impact


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