Nonprofit Newswire | June 24, 2010

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Philanthropy’s Best Course in the Gulf

June 22, 2010; Washington Post | Should charity and philanthropy pitch in to help address the impacts of the BP oil catastrophe?—Rick Cohen


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireSome Southern Universities Greatly Exceed Fundraising Goals in Midst of Recession

June 23, 2010; Knoxville News Sentinel | The University of Tennessee finds itself in the enviable position of informing its trustees that it is a year early in reaching its $1 billion dollar goal on a private fundraising campaign.—Ruth McCambridge


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireStudy Finds That Small High Schools Can Boost Graduation Rates

June 23, 2010; Associated Press | The surveyed schools are succeeding at boosting graduation rates for what are described as some of New York City's "most academically challenged students."—Bruce Trachtenberg


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireFoundations to Give $27M to Public Schools

June 22, 2010; Boston Globe | In Boston, a number of foundations have funded the first phase of a partnership between philanthropy and the school system.—Rick Cohen


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Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireEx-Footballer's Foundation Called for Foul But Suffers Minimum Penalties

June 22, 2010; Chicago Tribune | Although the charity is still considered tax-exempt by the IRS, the last tax return it received was for its 2002 fiscal year, but that didn't show up until 2007.—Bruce Trachtenberg





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