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Three agencies partner to help local non-profit organizations

SPRINGFIELD, Missouri – "No Means No" is now part of sex education in Missouri. I think it's a good idea. Sarah Bargo, president of Too Springfield, does the same. I met Sarah on Tuesday. I was at a city council… Continue Reading →

United Way's partnership with non-profit organizations will have more impact in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Press Release) – United Way of the Ozarks today announced a new partnership with Great Great of Business Give and Give 5, which gives local not-for-profit agencies the opportunity to enhance financial sustainability. The organizations are partnering on… Continue Reading →

Target informs Twin Cities non-profit organizations of its grant program

At the MPR, Marianne Combs writes"In recent days, Target Foundation representatives have called on the Twin Cities organizations it supports, providing them with news of some of the big changes. The leading philanthropist in Minnesota said it was "changing its… Continue Reading →

Not-for-profit organizations mobilize to help Coast Guard members at work without pay

(US Coast Guard / @ ComdtUSCG) WASHINGTON (ABC7) – Coast Guard members and civilians were to receive a paycheque on Tuesday, but no money was deposited into bank accounts because no funding was allocated to the Department of Homeland Security…. Continue Reading →

New benefit for Google employees: paid time off to work for non-profit organizations • fastcompany.com

Google Nonprofit Division Google.org has long been committed to donating 1% of its own funds and profits to a charity. Based on $ 1 billion commitment In October 2017, the company focused on causes such as education, economic opportunities and… Continue Reading →

Organizer: $ 20 million in donations will be reimbursed or transferred to non-profit organizations

By Curt Anderson / The Good Non Profit On Monday January 14, 2019 at 8:30 FORT LAUDERDALE – A Florida man said people who donated more than $ 20 million online to help build a wall along the southern border… Continue Reading →

Clarence Fanto The Bottom Line: Not-for-profit organizations helping people in need deserve our support, whether they benefit from tax relief or not

By Clarence Fanto LENOX – Charities, big or small, that depend on the generosity of donors, are afraid of the consequences of President Trump's tax reform law. Instead of detailing the deductions, including contributions to non-profit organizations, about 90% of… Continue Reading →

"We build the wall" campaign to launch non-profit organizations despite GoFundMe threats

Brain Kolfage, an Air Force amputee triple army veteran who raised $ 20 million to pay a border wall, announced the launch of a non-profit organization on Friday, but a spokesman for GoFundMe said that it would reimburse all the… Continue Reading →

"We build the wall" campaign to launch non-profit organizations despite GoFundMe threats

Brain Kolfage, an Air Force amputee triple army veteran who raised $ 20 million to pay a border wall, announced the launch of a non-profit organization on Friday, but a spokesman for GoFundMe said that it would reimburse all the… Continue Reading →

NH Charitable Foundation awards $ 3.3 million to support non-profit organizations

CONCORD – Eight organizations in the Seacoast area are among the states that will share $ 3,200,000 in grants from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Grants were awarded under the Foundation's Community Grants Program to support the activities of nearly… Continue Reading →

Pantry, Other Non-profit Organizations, Rally to Help Federal Workers at Closure

by Kellee Azar, KATU News Kevin Ryan, head of social service programs at William Temple House, is on Thursday in the organization's larder. He says that the NPO is expecting a huge need if the federal government does not provide… Continue Reading →

A coalition of churches and non-profit organizations say Strickland "insulted" them

Katherine Burgess Memphis Commercial Call Posted at 11:10 pm EST January 10, 2019 A coalition of religious leaders and non-profit organizations said that they had been insulted by the Mayor of Memphis, Jim Strickland, after he refused to meet with… Continue Reading →

New Bernese police train with non-profit organizations to fight against human trafficking

NEW BERN, N.C. (WNCT) – – This is National Awareness Month on Human Trafficking. True Justice International, a nonprofit organization located in eastern North Carolina, uses it to raise awareness about the issue of alarm signals. Trafficking in human beings… Continue Reading →

Some local non-profit organizations negatively affected by the closure of the government

Partnership for Families, Children and Adults provides immediate shelter and assistance to victims of domestic violence and several other services. Since the government closed, they have not been able to access two major grants they rely on. (Image: WTVC) CHATTANOOGA,… Continue Reading →

Some local non-profit organizations negatively affected by the closure of the government

Partnership for Families, Children and Adults provides immediate shelter and assistance to victims of domestic violence and several other services. Since the government closed, they have not been able to access two major grants they rely on. (Image: WTVC) CHATTANOOGA,… Continue Reading →

Government Closure Could Affect Local Non-Profit Organizations 1 hour ago

Local non-profit organizations could be affected by the government. to close IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI / KIDK) – The partial closure of the federal government is reaching non-profit organizations across the country, including right here in Idaho Falls. "It could… Continue Reading →

Swift Foundation accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations working in the education sector

The Bessie Minor Swift Foundation accepts grant applications from non-profit organizations in Pitkin County that promote literacy, reading and writing, as well as programs in the areas of languages, science and interdisciplinary disciplines. The fund will review grant applications ranging… Continue Reading →

The snow closes the arches, Canyonlands. The stop does not leave money to plow the roads. Non-profit organizations mingle with Zion, Bryce.

With fresh snow covering the roads and no staff available to plow them, the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks closed on Monday due to the partial closure of the federal government during its second week. Since December 22, Utah has… Continue Reading →

The new tax law may mean fewer donations. Will local non-profit organizations suffer?

Grace Schneider Louisville Courier Journal Posted at 6:44 am EST on January 2, 2019 Leaders of several nonprofit organizations in Louisville hope – in fact, pray – that when donors write year-end checks to charities this week, donors will feel… Continue Reading →

Two non-profit organizations in Dubuque say 2018 will be a great year to give, despite new concerns over tax legislation

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) – Two non-profit organizations in Dubuque said donations had increased in 2018, despite concerns that a new tax law could scare donors. Resources Unite is the resource and volunteer center for the tri-state region. (Charlie Grant, KCRG-TV9)… Continue Reading →

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