State Associations in the News


New partnership program aims to strengthen state’s nonprofits

A new partnership was launched in January to help nonprofits in Washington state achieve their missions.

Tags: Washington, Capacity Building

Utah Nonprofits Association names new CEO

Kate Rubalcava has been selected to lead the Utah Nonprofits Association as its chief executive officer. She assumed leadership of the organization, which represents more than 600 nonprofits in the state, this week.

Tags: Utah, Leadership

Nonprofits Call For Help For Poor, Mentally Ill

In an interview on Sunday’s Maryland’s News This Week, Heather Iliff, President and CEO of Maryland Nonprofits, said that now that the state has a surplus, programs that did not see funding increases, or have funding cut...

Tags: Maryland

Nonprofit backs churches in St. Paul street maintenance dispute

In its brief, the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits asserted that municipal fees "are an erosion of the constitutional property tax exemption for institutions of purely public charities, seminaries of learning, churches, colleges, hospitals and...

Tags: Minnesota, Fees

CT’s largest nonprofit advocacy group formed by merger

The Connecticut Association of Nonprofits and the Connecticut Community Providers Association have agreed to a merger, creating a new 600-member association called Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance.

Tags: Connecticut

A City in Remission: Can the “Grand Bargain” Revive Detroit?

Donna Murray-Brown, CEO of the Michigan Nonprofit Association, lives the duality experienced by many Detroiters faced with tough decisions to make for the city’s economic recovery.

Tags: Michigan

Hospital group backs payments in lieu of taxes plan

The Center for Nonprofits in Hamilton Township, Mercer County, is watching the bill closely, to be sure other nonprofits are not pulled into its orbit, said Executive Director Linda M. Czipo.

Tags: New Jersey, PILOTs, Payments in Lieu of Taxes

Hidden Need: Nonprofits find fundraising challenges keeping up with poverty

Grand Forks nonprofit leaders who see their organizations as a kind of safety net for those in poverty say they often face financial challenges themselves.

Tags: North Dakota

Minimum Wage No Small Issue For Nonprofits

Unlike a big-name retailer or fast-food establishment that can absorb a wage increase by charging a few extra dollars for a cheeseburger, most nonprofits do not have such direct means of absorbing wage increases, said Doug Sauer, CEO of the New...

Tags: New York, Minimum Wage

Arizona Department of Gaming letter almost cost nonprofits millions of dollars in 2015

Once the Alliance for Arizona Nonprofits sent out a poll to its members to see how they were taking the issue, the response reflected an overwhelming desperation for a solution, and that it was "extremely concerning."

Tags: Arizona


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