Nonprofit Newswire | August 23, 2010

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August 22, 2010; The Columbian | Vancouver, Wash., is meeting resistance to it’s idea to use volunteers to do the jobs that recently laid-off police officers and employees used to do.—Bruce Trachtenberg


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August 18, 2010; Wall Street Journal | Mayor Dave Bing faces a collapsed economy and a political apparatus done in by Bing’s corrupt and convicted predecessor, Kwame Kilpatrick.—Rick Cohen


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Two Strange but Nice Donor Stories

August 22, 2010; Chronicle of Higher Education | A pair of charities receive contributions—with a twist.—Ruth McCambridge


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To Hell With Tax Exemption, Says the Father

August 18, 2010; RenewAmerica | A well-known Catholic writer says Catholic nonprofits have to begin speaking out on political issues directly.—Rick Cohen


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Austin Nonprofit Helps Other Nonprofits Temporarily Fill Leadership Vacancies

August 22, 2010; The Statesman | Greenlights places former executive directors in temporary roles as heads of local nonprofits.—Bruce Trachtenberg


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D.C. Central Kitchen vs. Rush Limbaugh

August 20, 2010; WUSA | Recently, the radio host went off on nonprofits, declaring those of us who work for nonprofits a “bunch of lazy idiots” and, intriguingly “rapists in terms of finance and the economy.”—Rick Cohen




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