Nonprofit Newswire | May 7, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireWilderness Time for Nonprofits

May 7, 2010; | When you’re thrust into the wilderness, the one critical lesson you may learn is, who you truly are.—William A. Schambra

The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswireTaxing “Mega” Nonprofits? What’s Mega?

May 6, 2010; The Republican | Another mid-sized city whose economy is in the pits is looking to eke out a few extra dollars from nonprofits.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit Newswire Vets Urged to Help Educate Public on Mental Illness

May 6, 2010; Marine Corps Times | At a Library of Congress Forum yesterday, Patrick Kennedy and Rosalynn Carter discussed the policy environment in mental health and pointed to the fact that veterans of recent conflicts are potential leaders in the fight to de-stigmatize mental illness—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswireNavy Vet Association Closing New Mexico Chapter

May 6, 2010; The Ledger | Does the fact that your organization’s officers are fictional stop you fundraising? No way!—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswireFraud in Fruitlands—Museum Comes Late to Financial Controls

May 6, 2010; Nashua Telegraph | As a CFO, she must have been very good at her job. While holding that post at the Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, Mass., Peggy Kempton managed to steal some $1.3 million over six years.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireBank Blocks Sale of Building to its Residents

May 5, 2010; Baltimore Sun | After a Baltimore CDC goes bust owing $790,000 on a commercial building that goes to auction, a group of local residents place the winning bid — but the bank rejects the offer.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswireCitigroup Teams with CDFIs, Invests in Communities

May 5, 2010; Bloomberg BusinessWeek | Citi’s Communities at Work Fund moneys will be loaned to CDFIs as 5-year loans, and the CDFIs will then re-lend to small businesses and nonprofits.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly   Nonprofit NewswireEntrepreneur, Church Provide Housing

May 6, 2010; New | The former residents of a tent city located in Camden, N.J. slept Thursday night under a real roof—the first time in three years for some.—Bruce Trachtenberg


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