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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireA Thrift Store Intent on Greening the Film Biz

August 26, 2010; New York Times | It is the goal of Film Biz Recycling to “see every re-useable building material, prop and, set dressing either make its way to charity or help fund the efforts of recycling the props back into other productions."—Aaron Lester

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireFood Bank Disappears Leaving Many in the Lurch

August 26, 2010; Enterprise News | Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is investigating complaints against Serve New England and its director, Ann T. Adams.—Ruth McCambridge

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireMember of New Zealand Parliament Unapologetic for Double Dip

August 26, 2010; New Zealand Herald | Five-term member of  parliament Roger McClay was sentenced to 300 hours of community work for having defrauded two charities of $25,000.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireApplications of Medical Homes Concept?

August 26, 2010; NPR | A small nonprofit medical practive named Martin’s Point has doctors, medical assistants, and nurses working in teams to ensure that patients are seen without a wait.—Ruth McCambridge

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireColleges and Universities Start Preaching the Virtues of Giving Back (To Them) To Incoming Students

August 26, 2010; Associated Press | Schools are no longer waiting for their students to graduate and become alumni before turning them into givers.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireState Audit Sends Chill To Groups Doing Weatherization Work With Public Money

August 25, 2010; San Diego Union-Tribune | A San Diego nonprofit that has been spending some of its $2.7 million in stimulus funds to weatherize area homes is being accused of less than tight financial controls.—Bruce Trachtenberg



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