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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit Newswire
Foundation Confident it Can Raise $1 million in One Day

May 25, 2010; Denver Business Journal | Nothing focuses the mind like a stretch goal.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireCAP Agency in High Noon Situation with Funder

May 26, 2010; | A Community Action Program in Abilene, Texas, loses its funding and its staff.—Ruth McCambridge


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireSome Nonprofits Weary of Donor Disclosure

May 24, 2010; Texas Insider | Nonprofits are split as always when it comes to proposals for increased disclosure.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireBlackfeet Woman Wins Fight and Owes Big

May 22, 2010; Lake Wylie Pilot | Elouise Cobell’s long struggle against the U.S. Department of Interior to pay royalties owed to Native Americans is almost over. There's just the little matter now of her nonprofit repaying $11 million in foundation loans.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireSelectmen Approve Six Nonprofits for Tax-Credit Charitable Donation Program

May 24, 2010; Greenwich Time | The town of Greenwich, Conn. is enabling the six to qualify for $354,776 in donations for businesses that pay taxes in the state.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireMaking Charity as Easy as Giving that Old Shirt Off Your Back

May 25, 2010; New York Times | The search is on in New York for a nonprofit group willing to participate in a new city program to reduce some of the $300 million it spends each year on waste disposal by encouraging residents to donate used clothing rather than throw it away.—Bruce Trachtenberg



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