State Associations in the News


Nonprofits In Connecticut Say They'll Close Facilities As Budget Impasse Continues

“Nonprofits right now are struggling to figure out exactly what they’re going to be paid for, what services they’re going to be able to provide,” said Gian-Carl Casa, of the Connecticut Nonprofit Alliance.

Tags: Connecticut, State Budgets

Charity Inc.: National concerns

The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, along with the National Council of Nonprofits and state association leaders from around the country, continue to have concerns about three significant issues that will affect the charitable sector.

Tags: Oklahoma, Tax Reform, Nonpartisanship, Johnson Amendment

Homeless, Mentally Ill And Elderly Are Likely To Suffer Because Legislators Can’t Agree On A Budget

Some human service providers directed their frustration at lawmakers for their inability to reach consensus on how to break the fiscal gridlock.

Tags: Connecticut, State Budget

How can you find the best philanthropic fit for your company?

“Businesses and nonprofits both have a critical role to play in making Arizona a place we are all proud to call home,” says Kristen Merrifield, CEO of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits. “Nonprofits also have a huge impact on our local economy,...

Tags: Partnerships

Nonprofit groups with tax-exempt status still pay taxes in Denver — but soon that may change

“By aligning the definition of charity with federal law, this change would fully recognize the important contributions all of Denver’s nonprofits make to our quality of life,” said Mark Turner, the Colorado Nonprofit Association’s senior director...

Tags: Colorado, Tax Exemption

Could artists revive a fading Maine town?

The foundation’s most ambitious project to date has been a $110 million renovation of a derelict former state mental hospital north of Portland, turning the space into an office park, demonstration farm, and equestrian facility.

Tags: Maine, Arts

Trump's tax plan would cut donations to Mass. nonprofits by $513M, says study

Massachusetts nonprofits could lose up to $513 million a year in donations if tax changes supported by President Donald Trump go into effect, according to a local trade group.

Tags: Massachusetts, Tax Reform

We have too many nonprofits. Here's why that matters.

Some say the number of nonprofits isn't the issue; it's that the sector could work more efficiently if some organizations teamed up.

Tags: Illinois, State Budget

Without a CT budget by July 1, the options are all bad

The state's largest nonprofit coalition, the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance, warned this week that a similar situation certainly would harm some of the state's most vulnerable citizens.

Tags: State Budget, Connecticut

Nonprofits balk at call for property tax payments

The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network, the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, the Trustees of Reservations, the Massachusetts Council of Churches, the Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association, the Alliance of YMCAs, the...

Tags: Property Tax Exemption, Massachusetts


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