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Arizona's charities rely on year-end giving

"There's a misconception among the public that non-profits no longer are in such a critical state," said Gene D'Adamo, president and chief executive officer of the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust.

Tags: Arizona, Giving, Fundraising

Gov. Malloy's Deficit-Cutting Plan Takes a Chunk From DCF

"We're hearing from DCF line workers and regional managers that they're having great pressures -- even if they think a child should go to a group home -- not to place a child there whenever possible," Bye said.

Tags: Connecticut, Budgets, Cuts

Charitable giving hits 4-year low in NC

And David Heinen, the vice president for public policy and advocacy at the N.C. Center for Nonprofits, said nonprofits have other revenue sources, including direct contributions, that weren’t considered in the report.

Tags: North Carolina, Giving

Attorney General partners with nonprofits to help Michigan citizens make smart donations

The Michigan Nonprofit Association, Council of Michigan Foundations, Michigan Association of United Ways, and Attorney General Bill Schuette today unveiled a helpful resource designed to help Michigan citizens make smart decisions to support...

Tags: Michigan, Giving

Maine Voices: Gov. LePage’s perplexing view of nonprofits misleading and untrue

In a recent post-election interview, Gov.

Tags: Maine, Economy, Employment

Delaware nonprofits recognized in state proclamation

“If you live in Delaware you benefit from non-profits everyday whether you realize it or not and part of this is to hopefully get the folks to start thinking about it,” explained Christopher Grundner, president and CEO of DANA.

Tags: Delaware, Giving, GivingTuesday, Employment, Economic Impact


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