Nonprofit Newswire | July 19, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireUltra Wealthy in U.K. Giving Differently

July 17, 2010; The Independent | The model of Andrew Carnegie has much more resonance among American billionaires than their counterparts in the U.K., but trends among Britain’s very, very wealthy are changing.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit 
Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireAccountability of Maine’s Marijuana Dispensaries in Question

July 18, 2010; Maine Sentinel | Now that nonprofits can legally sell marijuana in Maine, concerns are being raised—not about what the nonprofits are selling—but about how much they are required to disclose about their operations.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit 
Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireMalls Invite Nonprofits to Fill Empty Storefronts

July 15, 2010; Kansas City Star | Retail paces are either donated or rented for a nominal fee.—Ruth McCambridge


The Nonprofit 
Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireWill an Increased Tax on the Wealthy Reduce Giving?

July 16, 2010; Minnpost | An op-ed from the head of a conservative think tank suggests that Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton’s plan to increase state taxes on the rich will cause a reduction in charitable giving.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit 
Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireWhy Are Austin's Volunteerism Numbers in Decline?

July 16, 2010; Austin American-Statesman | The latest report on volunteerism in the U.S. shows that Austin, which in 2006 ranked the third highest among the 50 largest cities, plunged to 36th place in 2010.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit 
Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireMastering the Business of Philanthropy

July 18, 2010; Financial Times | A growing number of business schools are adding courses focused on the art and science of giving for MBA students.—Bruce Trachtenberg





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