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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireThree Social Media Campaigns that Won Big

September 23, 2010; Mashable | According to a recent report, nonprofits are leading the way with creative and effective ways to harness the power of social media.—Aaron Lester


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireGroup Wants IRS to Penalize College Football Championships

September 22, 2010; Associated Press | Playoff PAC is singling out the operators of the Fiesta, Sugar, and Orange Bowls—all which are 501(c)3 organizations—for breaching IRS regulations.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireToo Many Donations Crash Library's Website

September 22, 2010; Maple Leaf Life | On Wednesday, the Seattle Public Library Foundation launched a campaign to raise $500,000 it needs to match a promised grant from an anonymous donor. Response to the appeal was far greater than the foundation had been expecting, and within hours its website shut down.—Bruce Trachtenberg


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireA Suspiciously Tight Narrative? The School Reform Rap

September 27, 2010; The New Yorker | Nick Lehmann's latest essay in the New Yorker looks at education and questions some of what counts as reform.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireFaith Groups Fill the Gap in Caring for the Poor

September 23, 2010; Center for American Progress | This week, the Center for American Progress release touted the work of faith-based organizations helping the poor.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireWhat Zuckerberg and the Other 399 Mean for Philanthropy

September 23, 2010; Wall Street Journal | Facebook co-founder is going to underscore his rich person credentials and donate $100 million for public schools in Newark, N.J.—Rick Cohen


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