Interest in creating these hybrid positions, paid for by government and foundations together, has grown as money woes force states and cities to rely more on charities.
2014 Continuing-Education Guide
Employers say they are often more concerned with direct fundraising skills, like the ability to build ties with big donors.
The Charitable Deduction
A look at economic research shows that tax incentives do play an important role in giving decisions.
Against the GrainView more >>
More chief executives or senior managers are elevating the role, managers say.
- Catholic Charities President Leaves Legacy of Antipoverty Advocacy
- Public Allies Names Antipoverty Activist as New CEO
- With a Few Pay-for-Success Plans Under Way, the Idea Is Gaining Currency and Criticism
- Leader of Ms. Foundation Hopes to Expand Feminism Beyond White Women
Her salary at Points of Light and the organization’s grant making come under scrutiny.
- Government Liaison Offices Need Community Support to Resist Electoral Winds
- House Passes Bill Designed to Encourage Gifts to Charity
- House to Vote on Bill to Encourage Charitable Giving
- Activist Challenges IRS Over Release of Social-Security Numbers on Tax Forms
Ideas & Advice
Competitions are now popular to stimulate innovative answers to vexing social and technological problems, a report finds.
- Institute Overhauls Accreditation Process for Nonprofit Accountability
- Female Nonprofit Activists Learn to Influence Legislation Firsthand
- Y Seeks Revenue by Helping Americans Prevent Diabetes
- YMCA Sheds 'Gym’ Image to Focus More on Youths and Health