A growing number of nonprofit experts are trying to get charities to focus on their results when they appeal to donors, but most groups say their supporters care just as much about efficiency.
Going Mobile: 8 Inspired Ideas
As more nonprofit supporters use smartphones and tablets, charities are finding creative ways to make it easy to give on small screens and to serve their supporters using text messages and apps.
The Charitable Deduction
A look at economic research shows that tax incentives do play an important role in giving decisions.
Against the GrainView more >>
The move is part of an effort to stem a $4-million operating deficit and bolster the charity’s ability to compete in a crowded nonprofit landscape.
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Lois Lerner, who oversees applications for tax-exempt status, said she did not hide anything from Congress about the tax agency's efforts to single out conservative groups...
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Ideas & Advice
Setting up emergency funds, readying crisis communications, and building ties with local officials can help your organization before the next disaster strikes.
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