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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireCensus Accuracy Effects Funding

March 7, 2010; Times Union | It is that time of the decade, the decennial Census. If households don’t get counted accurately, federal funds tied to population-based distribution formulas won’t go to the communities where they are most needed.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit Newswire“Fishy” Nonprofit Partnership

March 8, 2010; Tampa Bay Online | Usually when you mention that something fishy is going on with nonprofits, it’s bad news. But that’s not the case this time.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireCharity to Public Schools

March 8, 2010; The Daily News | In conjunction with the Obama Administration’s infusion of significant federal government capital into public school systems, it appears that one of the most vibrant components of the nonprofit sector is the collection of public foundations that have been created to solicit funds to supplement public school programs.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireCharity Could Cash In On Dead Man’s Tennis Bets

March 8, 2010; Daily Mail | It’s not that unusual for a series of wise investments to keep paying off for some lucky charity after the death of a benefactor—like shares of stock that continue to rise and pay healthy dividends.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofits Filling Stimulus Gaps

March 3, 2010; Minneapolis Star-Tribune | When a Minneapolis construction firm won contracts last June to weatherize homes with stimulus money it was thrilled, until it realized it couldn’t get a loan from a traditional bank to begin work.—Aaron Lester



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