State Associations in the News


A 2nd COVID holiday season is here: These are the challenges facing charities, nonprofits

The nonprofit sector is facing the same pressures as for-profit businesses when it comes to workforce, which is said to be the single biggest challenge as the region transitions back from the emergency state of the pandemic. 

Tags: New York, Workforce Shortage, #Relief4Charities

IRS Guidance Likely on Repeal of Employee Retention Credit

Nonprofit employers have also opposed the fourth-quarter termination of the ERC.

Tags: Employee Retention Tax Credit, #Relief4Charities

After nearly two years of 'devastating' impact from COVID, local nonprofits try to recover

According to National Council of Nonprofits Chief Operating and Communications Officer Rick Cohen, the combination of an economic downfall along with restrictions and social distancing protocols across the country are creating a snowball effect,...

Tags: South Carolina, Pandemic, COVID-19, Fundraising, #Relief4Charities

Human services employees laboring under 130% pay gap

Michael Weekes, president and CEO of the Providers' Council, said that pay for caretakers who work for community-based organizations still lags far behind that of those who are directly employed by the state despite recent action of the Baker...

Tags: Human Services, Massachusetts, Pay Gap

Franchot: Maryland 'deplorably inadequate' at distributing pandemic aid

Heather Iliff, president and CEO of Maryland Nonprofits, an umbrella group, expressed frustration that Baltimore City is the only jurisdiction to begin releasing aid to nonprofits, months after the funds were first...

Tags: Maryland, American Rescue Plan Act, #Relief4Charities

Community leader seeks to help rural nonprofits across the state

Communities in rural Arizona are about to be taken by the storm with a leader who has a vision for helping organizations thrive.

Tags: Arizona

Funding dwindling amid COVID-19 pandemic, leaving nonprofits in dire situations

The president and CEO of Maryland Nonprofits, Heather Iliff, told the 11 News I-Team: "Neighborhood, smaller organizations and organizations run by people of color are finding fewer opportunities for funding.

Tags: Maryland, Workforce, Employment

Bingo! Charities seek financial help through NJ ballot question

“The constitutional amendment would only provide parity and consistent treatment for the charitable community as is currently provided to veterans and senior groups,” said Linda Czipo, president and chief executive officer of the Center for Non-...

Tags: New Jersey

Calif. Law Aims to Make Online Giving Safer for Nonprofits and Donors

While the details are still being ironed out, platforms will no longer be able to hide fees, use nonprofits’ names to raise funds without permission, or hang onto donations indefinitely, says Lucy Salcido Carter, public policy director at the...

Tags: California, Fundraising

Donations to Small Nonprofits Hit Harder by Covid Than Gifts to Larger Ones, Study Shows

Laura Pierce, executive director of the statewide organization Washington Nonprofits, said the data was consistent with what she’s seen in her state.

Tags: Washington, COVID-19, Community Impact


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