Nonprofit Newswire | May 26, 2010

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May 25, 2010; In These Times | Activism gives meaning and purpose to life, while making us feel happier, more competent, autonomous, secure, and connected.—James David Morgan


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May 25, 2010; | Two charities that previously earned a tongue lashing from Congress for spending more money on overhead than the veterans they are supposed to help are themselves—because of lax oversight—on the receiving end of a federal program that helps direct employee donations to "worthwhile" causes.—Bruce Trachtenberg


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May 25, 2010; Kaiser Health News | Kansas' Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services has announced a suspension of voluntary admissions of mentally ill people to hospitals.—Ruth McCambridge


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May 24, 2010; NextGov | The IRS has accorded 501(c)(3) status to 13,797 groups that claimed to be tax-assistance nonprofits for low-income and elderly taxpayers. It seems almost a fifth were given a nonprofit designation that they didn’t merit.—Rick Cohen


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May 22, 2010; Maui News | Are too many nonprofits dragging downtown down?—Rick Cohen


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May 21, 2010; Seattle Times | A bid to relocate a nonprofit “street newspaper” sold by homeless vendors is meeting resistance.—Rick Cohen


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May 25, 2010; Tampa Bay Online | SeedAmerica Foundation, facing bankruptcy because of its failure to turn abandoned properties into profitable office space, demolished a building and then pocketed the proceeds.—Bruce Trachtenberg


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May 25, 2010; The Californian | California State Giving Program has "gone almost untapped" in parts of the state since it was created in 2008.—Bruce Trachtenberg



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