Nonprofit Newswire | June 23, 2010

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St. Cloud United Way Draws From Reserves to Ensure Community Well Being

June 22, 2010; St. Cloud Times | The agency knows first hand how critical basic services are right now: calls to its 211 number are up 40 percent.—Ruth McCambridge

 

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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswirePittsburgh Asks Nonprofits to Subsidize Ambulance Services

June 22, 2010; Post-Gazette | Pittsburgh City Controller Michael Lamb has proposed that nonprofits, including hospitals and foundations, contribute to a fund to keep emergency services from falling into a deeper crisis.—Bruce Trachtenberg

 

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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofit News Site Pledges to Hold Candidates Accountable

June 20, 2010; California Watch | This week saw the launch of Politics Verbatim, a website that "will attempt to track every quote, promise and statement made by our two major candidates for governor in California—Democrat Jerry Brown and Republican Meg Whitman."—Bruce Trachtenberg

 

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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireFund for Nonprofits Shrinks as City Tries to Balance Budget

June 17, 2010; Mercury News | San Jose typically uses the bulk of California’s Tobacco Master Settlement to fund local nonprofits serving resident youth and seniors. This year, two thirds of that $9 million is being redirected into the city's general fund.—Rick Cohen

 

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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireEvangelical Electioneering

June 17, 2010; Religious Dispatches | Religious institutions have been pushing the electioneering boundary for tax exempt organizations.—Rick Cohen

 

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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireInnovation—Pounding out a Key Statement on Human Rights

June 22, 2010; Huffington Post | A nonprofit arts group has distributed 60 pianos around New York City as a human rights statement.—Ruth McCambridge

 

 

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