Nonprofit Newswire | May 25, 2010

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Donations to Churches in Decline

May 20, 2010; Dallas Morning News | According to the Dallas Morning News, 29 percent of churches nationwide reported a downturn in their fundraising in 2008, a figure that rose to 38 percent a year later.—Rick Cohen


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireAgent Orange and Philanthropic Perseverance

May 23, 2010; Texarkana Gazette | A coalition of faith-based and secular nonprofits gets the U.S. to own up to its Agent Orange responsibilities.—Rick Cohen


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireHanging Thirty Six—Dogs Surf for Brethren in Blue

May 24, 2010; USA Today | Charitable canines ride the waves.—Ruth McCambridge


The Nonprofit 
Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireA CDC Stuggles Amid Recession

May 24, 2010; Santa Maria Times | The economy has meant that the Lompoc Housing and Community Development Corporation has had to delay or drop development plans.—Rick Cohen


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireU.S. Foundation Spearheads Hemingway Preservation Project in Cuba

May 24, 2010; Eagle Tribune | Efforts are underway to preserve the Pulitizer Prize winning author's personal documents so his legacy lives on in both nations.—Bruce Trachtenberg


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireBuying Off the Government by Paying in to Pew?

May 20, 2010; Supermarket Guru | Coke and Pepsi are hoping to spend a little to save a lot.—Ruth McCambridge


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireMilitary Families Invited to Visit Museums for Free This Summer

May 20, 2010; Washington Post | The program is a joint effort of the National Endowment of the Arts and Blue Star Families, a nonprofit that helps make life more sustainable for service men and women and their families.—Ruth McCambridge



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