Nonprofit Newswire | February 22, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNew Nonprofits Now?

February 18, 2010; Randolph Reporter | Welcome to the new world of nonprofits amidst state budget deficits.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofits Keeping an Eye on Tiger

February 19, 2010; WSOC-TV | A group of Charlotte, N.C. charities are keeping their fingers crossed that Tiger Woods agrees to tee off April 26 at the Quail Hollow Championship.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswirePharmaceutical Company Sponsors Nonprofits

February 19, 2010; St. Louis Today | A St. Louis-based pharmaceutical distributor thinks changing its status to nonprofit can help remedy some of the problems in the nation’s ailing health care system.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireElouise Cobell Answers Questions About Federal Tribal Royalties Settlement

February 17, 2010; KECI | There is no better model of nonprofit advocacy than Eloise Cobell’s leadership in the long-running litigation over the federal government’s historic misadministration (or worse) of Indian lands and the billions in mineral royalties the Indians were owed.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireBookseller would like Police to “Book” Thieves

February 21, 2010; Washington Post | Teaching for Change, which promotes social justice in the classroom, is frequently the victim of theft.—Bruce Trachtenberg




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