rick cohen | March 7 2013
The nonprofit sector reacted with parochial panic about proposed changes to the charitable deduction, but shouldn’t it have paid more mind to the devastating blow dealt by sequestration budget cuts? Were we tricked?
Steve Boland | March 6 2013
Many crowdfunding projects are “one and done,” such as a musician’s production of an album. But how can you harness the power of crowdfunding for ongoing nonprofit service delivery?
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