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Have you ever tried to piece together eleven government contracts for overlapping programs, trying to make them fit together to fund all the costs? Or have you had six foundation grants, all for the same program area, but each requiring different line …
Discussing restrictions on nonprofit 501c3 organizations that prohibit them from supporting or opposing candidates running for office.
Court-ordered volunteers perform a wide variety of roles in nonprofits. Susan Ellis discusses when to accept them, and how to do it right.
Policy analyst Rick Cohen discusses the four things we should be worried about with public policy and volunteers.
Rick Cohen mined metric tons of data to bring some newly published, meaningful facts about the nonprofit sector that we should be aware of.
Rick Cohen explores how for-profit organizations can get foundation grants and government tax exemptions usually reserved for nonprofits.
Here we take an unconventional look at three dimensions of why boards exist: Legal reasons, mission reasons, and political reasons.
When the Colorado Association for Recycling was approached to endorse the No Child Left Inside legislation, they didn’t know WHAT to decide, but they did know HOW to decide (see what they decided at end of article). They already had a procedure …