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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireA Children’s Zone by Any Other Name?

March 3, 2010; Savannah Morning News | The traditional way of landing federal grants—municipal officials lobbying their federal counterparts—is going to be tried with the Promise Neighborhoods program emerging from the Department of Education.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswirePhilanthropy 3.0

March 4, 2010; Wall Street Journal | What happens when the next generation of philanthropists take over? Will the same groups be funded and to the same degree or will their interests be different than their parents or grandparents?—Kristin Barrali

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireWho Says There’s No Profit in Publishing?

March 3, 2010; Nieman Journalism Lab | Thanks to the power of the internet to make new bedfellows, a partnership between an online news site and fundraiser is providing new revenue opportunities for nonprofits as well as the publisher and its for-profit partner.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireA Protest Against Britain’s New Arts-Funding Model

March 4, 2010; ArtForum | When we learned earlier this year that European governments were keen to purge their budgets of arts organizations—or, at least considerably scale back their support—it was clear that the move would not be a popular one.—James David Morgan

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireHe’s Extremely Generous

February 27, 2010; The National Post | When it comes to giving back, Brian Jones is “extremely” generous, frequently going to painful lengths to raise money for aid groups—including scaling Mount Kilimanjaro, walking across the Sahara Desert and skiing to the North Pole.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireHelp Wanted

March 3, 2010; Crain’s New York Business | If findings of a survey of New York’s nonprofit community prove correct, local charities soon will be breaking out in a chorus of “Happy Days Are Here Again.”—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireGetting Business School Training on How to Do Good

March 4, 2010; Wall Street Journal | To help potential employees learn how to implement social responsibility and sustainability programs, some companies are working with business schools to provide training to help them develop the requisite skills.—Bruce Trachtenberg







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