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The National Council of Nonprofits, the nation's largest network of nonprofits, provides expert insight on key issues relevant to nonprofits and the communities they serve. The Council of Nonprofits is uniquely positioned to provide both a national perspective and a connection to one of our State Associations for a local perspective.

Read on for a sampling of the recent articles quoting experts from our organization and network.


The December 15 broadcast of ABC World News Tonight with David Muir reported that every state in the “Lower 48” was experiencing severe weather emergencies ranging from white-out snow events to deadly tornadoes.

Posted In: Press Releases | Tags: Disaster Relief

The National Council of Nonprofits (NCN) announced it has received a $3.3 million multi-year grant from the Fidelity Charitable Trustees’ Initiative (FCTI) to launch its Leading from Strength program.

Posted In: Press Releases | Tags: Leading from Strength

Rosey Higgs works for the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM) and said when she graduated college navigating her student loan payments was tough.

Posted In: State Associations in the News | Tags: Nebraska, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, Student Debt

Baltimore City’s backlog of payments to local nonprofits for federal housing grants ballooned during the pandemic, leaving many organizations to wait between 18 months and two years to receive their promised funds.

Posted In: State Associations in the News | Tags: Maryland, Government-Nonprofit Contracting

According to Jan Masaoka, CEO of the California Association of Nonprofits, many borrowers who qualify for PSLF are women, people of color, low-income or first-generation college students.

Posted In: State Associations in the News | Tags: California, Student Debt, Public Service Loan Forgiveness

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