Nonprofit Newswire | September 2, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireConnecticut Foundations Gave Generously in 2008 . . . But

September 1, 2010; The | Connecticut foundations awarded 22 percent more in grants in 2008 than in 2006, despite a 1 percent drop in asset value due to the economic collapse that year. However, the head of the Connecticut Council on Philanthropy doesn't expect that this trend continued in 2009.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireVirginia Nonprofit Distinguishes itself with Stimulus Funding

August 30, 2010; Bristol Herald Courier | Give credit to the Abingdon, Virginia nonprofit, People Incorporated, for knowing what it’s doing. It just got a second stimulus grant of $1 million for weatherization, meaning that it must have done well enough on its first $1 million to warrant being refunded.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireCalifornia AG Scrutinizing Pay Practices at Dodger's Foundation

August 31, 2010; New York Times | Ever since it was disclosed that Howard Sunkin, the president of the Los Angeles Dodger's charitable foundation, earned more than $400,000 in 2007, he's been feeling the heat.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireFive Years Later: Tracking the Katrina Diaspora

August 31, 2010; Omaha World-Herald | What happened to the 100,000 or so residents of New Orleans who left and apparently decided not to move back?—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireThe New Orleans Index at Five

August 2010; The Brookings Institution and the Greater New Orleans Community Data Center | A Brookings Institutions report takes stock of New Orleans five years after Hurricane Katrina.—Rick Cohen


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