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NPQ’s Week in Review | August 1 – August 5, 2011

This week in the Week in Review NPQ’s readers gravitated to an interview with Bill Ryan on coaching as an element of capacity building but there were also continuing reverberations on Cohen’s article on rural philanthropy…and activism was in the news but so was the fact that an Indian philanthropist thinks of his charity as a fourth child. The nonprofit environment is complexity itself. 

NPQ’s Week in Review | July 25 – July 29, 2011

This week in the Week in Review: philanthropy’s cause célèbre, the nation’s dysfunctional model of governance comes to a head in the debt ceiling impasse, Teach for America keeps gaining steam (and with it, funding), and how legislators are trying to regulate phony nonprofits running illegal fundraising schemes.

NPQ’s Week in Review | July 18 – July 22, 2011

This week in the Week in Review: sudden departures from the administration’s nonprofit brain trust continue with Sonal Shah’s leaving the White House Office of Social Innovation, how the budget/debt ceiling stalemate in Washington affects nonprofits, and the governor and the legislature in Minnesota seem to have struck a deal on the Minnesota budget, but the impacts on nonprofits were not inconsequential.

NPQ’s Week in Review | July 11- July 15, 2011

This week in the Week in Review: a debate has opened up throughout the nonprofit sector about what the charitable deduction is worth, the emerging array of nonprofit political campaign vehicles edge toward the fringes of legality, and the August Wilson Center for African American Culture in Pittsburgh now faces an uncertain future exacerbated by much more uncertain revenues.