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GOP-led Pa. Senate likely to OK budget based on changes opposed by Wolf

The impasse hit human services organizations with tight budgets the hardest, said Tish Mogan of the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations.

Tags: State Budget, Pennsylvania
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NC Center for Nonprofits Founder Jane Kendall Will Retire in November

Jane Kendall, founder and president of the N.C. Center for Nonprofits, will retire in November after 25 years as one of North Carolina’s and the nation’s foremost advocates for the nonprofit sector.

Tags: North Carolina, Leadership
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Foundation Leaders: Philanthropic Investments Can't Close IL Budget Gap

Speaking at a Tuesday press conference, representatives from the Chicago Foundation for Women, the Donors Forum, the Polk Bros.

Tags: Illinois, State Budgets
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Nonprofits hungry for new leadership

Consider these findings from a new report: Nearly a third of New England nonprofit leaders surveyed say they plan to leave their jobs in the next two years, and almost two-thirds anticipate leaving within five years.

Tags: Massachusetts, Leadership, Transition
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Why some big nonprofits are balking at how the Nicollet Mall remake is being paid for

Jon Pratt, the executive director of the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits, said the reason nonprofits are exempt from general taxes is because they provide a public benefit.

Tags: Minnesota, State Tax Issues, Tax Exemption
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Idaho Gives: Donations top $1 million, set new record

Nonprofit organizations from across the Valley came up with a slew of clever ways to inspire donors to open their pocket books on Thursday, the third annual Idaho Gives.

Tags: Idaho, Giving Days
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Massachusetts settles lawsuit over rates for human service providers

"I think this settlement will be widely heralded by our provider community as an important victory not only for the community-based organizations that will be affected by it, but more importantly for the clients and the consumers who will...

Tags: Massachusetts, Human Services
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Lawmakers debate over who should decide nonprofit status

But some nonprofits say the current rules aren’t consistent. Courts can rule one organization meets the requirements for nonprofit status, while ruling a similar organization in a different municipality does not meet the requirements.

Tags: Pennsylvania, Tax Exemption
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Would You Swap Jobs For Your Professional Development?

Like field trips, exchange programs provide valuable opportunities to learn new things, explore new places, and meet new people. And, also like field trips, exchange programs do not have to be relegated to your school days.

Tags: DC, Washington DC, Minnesota, Professional Development
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Green energy group to target small nonprofits

Tish Mogan, standards for excellence director of the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations, said a number of aspects could discourage an executive director or board of directors from investing in an efficiency retrofit.

Tags: Pennsylvania, Environment

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