Nonprofit accounting rules should not be forced on anyone.
Interview with Abby Suckow and Connie Torrey, Collaboration Prize co-winners from the JCC and YMCA of the Greater Toledo area.
Tips for surviving as a nonprofit during tough economic times.
The Peter C. Alderman Foundation uses rigorous analysis to outlast hundreds of failed nonprofits that were launched in response to 9/11.
As charitable causes are brought to the forefront by the release of movies like Slumdog Millionaire, questions of how intent should impact charitable decisions arise.
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Nonprofits need to spend more money on those they serve despite hard economic times.
Remixes are becoming an ever-growing part of contemporary culture, consequently posing an interesting dilemma for cases of copyright infringement. Where should we draw the line?
Nonprofits need to act now to improve all aspects of their operations or they will not survive the economic crisis.
The opportunity has come to reframe, rethink, reset, and rebuild some of the things we take most for granted.
Having an effective online presence goes beyond simply having a Web site.