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Low-cost loans and other financial tools that advance a grant maker's mission grew from 1990 until the mid-2000s but dropped off after the recession started, a study found.
Ms. Lerner, who oversees monitoring of tax-exempt groups, has been accused of hiding news from Congress about efforts to single out conservative groups for scrutiny.
Young people are much more likely to rank giving highly than older Americans, according to a study of people with at least $3-million in assets.
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A new wave of training programs focus on helping nonprofit executives like Jakada Imani of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights solve problems they encounter every day.
The Selah Leadership Program focuses not just on building skills but also creating strong professional networks.
Candidates are now asked to spend two days or more interviewing, in part because nonprofits are looking to find people who will stay on the job for a long time.
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