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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNew Fund to Help Underwrite Greater Collaboration, Even Mergers, Among Nonprofits

September 22, 2010; Boston Globe | To encourage nonprofits that offer similar programs and services, but that compete with each for increasingly scarce dollars, a group of funders is creating a $1.7 million fund that will be used to help groups in New England work together.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireZoo Keeper Gone Wild—and City Proposes Interesting Ordinance

September 22, 2010; Tampa Tribune | A Tampa, Fla. city audit in 2008 lambasted the director of the nonprofit Lowry Zoo which took some $200,000 of zoo money and animals to start a private zoo called Safari Wild.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireRest Easy: Twitter, Apps, Save the World

September 21, 2010; NPR | Millions of dollars were raised through Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, and text messaging campaigns in the wake of the earthquake in Haiti early this year.—Aaron Lester


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireWhen the Economy Plummets Violence Against Women Climbs

September 22, 2010; Realmedia | The seemingly never-ending recession—despite official claims that things started picking up in June 2009—takes its tolls in many ways.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireSacramento Co. Looks to Shift Homeless Services to Nonprofits

September 22, 2010; Sacramento Bee | According to the Sacramento Bee, the county plans to turn over homeless services to a to-be-formed homeless group that would "more easily solicit money from private citizens and businesses and be more flexible in structuring services."—Rick Cohen




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