Nonprofit Newswire | March 3, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofit Newswire | New Fundraising Tip: Befriend a Judge!

March 2, 2010; Wall Street Journal | A Journal examination of a pending class-action settlement in a privacy violation suit against Facebook, Inc. reports that, if approved, plaintiff’s lawyers will receive 30 percent with the balance of the $9.5 million award going to a foundation that promotes privacy rights.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofit Newswire | Fragile Economics of Child Care

March 1, 2010; Washington Post | An article which talks about the economic impact of the snows in Washington D.C., does a good job of discussing the fragility of many child care providers in this economy.—Ruth McCambridge


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofit Newswire | Going Long on Charity

March 1, 2010; Wall Street Journal | The Wall Street Journal’s take on hedge fund philanthropy—that “running a hedge fund is by necessity a secretive activity, while philanthropy thrives on publicity”—raises an implicit challenge for nonprofits: do U.S. nonprofits know where their hedge fund foundations are?—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofit Newswire | Good News For ACORN

March 1, 2010; New York Times | The damage has been done, but at least two ACORN employees didn’t break any laws by advising undercover conservative activists how to fib on an application in order to get a bank loan.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofit Newswire | Madoff Effects on Charity Still Rolling Out

March 2, 2010; Boston Globe | It’s getting harder and harder these days to figure out who are the real victims of the Madoff scam.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofit Newswire | Memphis Improv Daring, Devastating

March 2, 2010; The Commercial Appeal | Small nonprofit theaters can ride a precipitous edge, staging productions that would be deemed far too experimental or disturbing for mainstream theaters. This story, though, nearly brought me to tears.—Ruth McCambridge

 

 

 

 

 

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