State Associations in the News

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Giving thanks for all the givers, nonprofits

The holiday season usually provides the time and inspiration for us to reflect on and appreciate the good fortune in our lives.

Tags: Idaho
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Nonprofits call on state leaders to 'pass a budget' today

Anne Gingerich, executive director of the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations, said passing a stopgap budget at this time is no longer acceptable.

Tags: Pennsylvania, State Budget
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Charities chafe at IRS proposal to collect donors' Social Security numbers

“This is a huge issue for nonprofits -- and the American public,” said Tim Delaney, CEO of the National Council of Nonprofits, which opposes the rule.

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Tags: IRS. Gift Substantiation
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Advocacy Tips From 5 of the Nation’s Best

During the 2015 state legislative session, the KNN championed a bill to set up a Government-Nonprofit Contracting Reform taskforce that received the unanimous support of both chambers.

Tags: Advocacy, Kentucky
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L.A. County Board of Supervisors Votes to Adopt the OMB Uniform Guidelines to Pay Nonprofits Full-Cost Reimbursement

“Working together, governments and nonprofits are able to address needs in our society that they can’t tackle alone,” said Jan Masaoka, the CEO of the California Association of Nonprofits.

Tags: California, OMB Uniform Guidance, Full Costs
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Charity check-in: Outlook only modestly better for Arizona charities

"The non-profit sector has taken longer to rebound from the economic downturn than the for-profit sector," said Kristen Merrifield,chief executive officer of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits.

Tags: Arizona, Economy
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Pennsylvania's nonprofits flounder, budget impasse continues

“Nonprofits are laying off or furloughing staff, reducing hours of service, creating waiting lists and reducing staff benefits -- many are spending down their reserves, drawing on lines of credit and seeking bridge loans,” said Anne Gingerich,...

Tags: Pennsylvania, Budgets, State Budget
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Nonprofits cite economic impact as budgets tighten

State Office of Management and Budget Director Pat Pitney laid out Alaska’s $3 billion-plus budget shortfall with Alaska North Slope crude selling for less than $50 per barrel.

Tags: Alaska, Economic Impact
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Chesapeake Layoffs Could Affect Metro Nonprofits In Future

Nonprofits are now having to be more creative on where they ask for donations and they are having to look at other industries besides energy.

Tags: Oklahoma, Fundraising
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Charity Inc.: Advancing new emerging practices

While philanthropists and nonprofits have some of the most promising answers for these issues, they are currently at or exceeding capacity to deliver those services.

Tags: Oklahoma, State Budgets

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