Nonprofit Newswire | February 1, 2010

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Wall Street Journal on Main Street Nonprofits

January 31, 2010; Wall Street Journal | This article reveals some of the diagnostic language being used on struggling nonprofits, contrasting it against reality.—Kristin Baralli

Foundations’ Four Biggest Faux Pas

February 1, 2010; Fast Company | The CEO of Do Something, a nonprofit promoting youth activism and volunteering, has written a brief critique in Fast Company for her “friends” in the foundation world, identifying four foundation “faux pas.”—Rick Cohen

Volunteering Up

January 26, 2010; The Bureau of Labor Statistics | The Current Population Survey Volunteer Supplement indicates an increase in the national volunteer rate from 26.4 percent in 2008 to 26.8 percent in 2009, a 1.5 million expansion in the number of volunteers.—Ruth McCambridge

Poll: Public Campaign Financing Desirable

January 28, 2010; The New Haven Register | A Zogby International Poll of Connecticut residents found that 79 percent agreed with us by favoring a public campaign finance system.—Rick Cohen



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