INNOVATIVE! Volunteer Artists Get Health Care Covered in Trade

Bloomberg Takes Aim at Watchdog Agency Again

Goldman Sachs and its Nonprofit Feints

NY Times Slips in Not Disclosing Nonprofit “Expert’s” Links to Oil Industry Foundation

Bill Murray Reads Poetry to Construction Workers

She Steps Up When Others Turn Their Back

Tax Exempt Erotica?

Take Note: Met Opera Taps Endowment to Cover Expenses 

President Accused of Theft at Nonprofit Library 

Compensation Slows for Heads of NY Based Cultural Insitutions

We Are Not Crooks!

Harlem School of the Arts Too Important to Fail

Bloomberg Taps His Friend for Help, Further Clouding Reputation of His Foundation

Attorney General Alleges NY State Majority Leader Siphoned Nonprofit Funds 

Kafka-like Red Tape in NYC

Derek Jeter: Role Model For All

Nonprofit Wins Pulitzer

Nonprofit Hospitals Say No to Subsidizing Blue Cross Blue Shield

Feds Question NY Politicians’ Ties to Nonprofits

Odd Fit for Fashion School’s Board

Nonprofits Float Work; No Contracts, No Money

Mayor Bloomberg Mixes City Business with his Foundation’s

No Change in Solicitation Restrictions for Krishnas

When Money Slows the Healing Process

Madison Avenue Talent and Clean Drinking Water

Nonprofit Fights for Foster Care

Mayor Stops Giving, NYC Nonprofits Suffer

Unflattering Portrait of Arts Foundation Head

Tax Pits Nonprofits Against Seniors

ACLU Sues New York

Donor Sues for Return of Gift

Citigroup to Help Finance 20,000 NYC Housing Units

iPhone App Helps Latinos be Counted

Nonprofits Ensure Democracy

Thin Gruel for N.Y. Soup Kitchens

Census Accuracy Effects Funding

Help Wanted

Warehouse Conditions for Mentally Ill Judged Inadequate in NYC

Hospitals Serving Poor Face Budget Trauma in NY

Charity Disaster

Government Defendents Settle in Salvation Army Case

University-Style Philanthropy

Cuomo Files Suit to Shutdown Lawmakers

Missing Money—Three Stories About Funding

Herbert: State Budgets a Train Wreck

A Quiet End for the Boys Choir of Harlem

Counties: Governor’s Aid Delay Not a Surprise—and Not Welcome

Goldman Sachs–The Next Rockefeller?

Foundation Executive Answers Questions from New York Times Readers

NYC nonprofit takes on a journalism assignment

Goldman’s charitable giving and your forgiveness

Pennies (on the dollar) for charity

Nonprofits act like businesses to survive

Wall St. Bankers Jump in Line, Get H1N1 Vaccine First

After Complaints, Gates Foundation Opens Education Aid Offer to All

Hechinger announces new nonprofit to cover education

Cuomo’s pay-to-play rap for nonprofits

Scandal Leaves Lack of Service in Its Wake

HHS Awards $46 Million in Recovery Act Funds to Create Jobs and Spur Economic Improvement

United Way of Niagara Falls and Fort Erie aiming for $1.2M

Recession forces United Way to hold line on fundraising goal for 2009 campaign

State Discriminated Against Mentally Ill, Judge Rules

Fastest Dying Cities Meet for a Lively Talk

Giving Charity a Bad Name

Soros Gives To Match Federal Funds for New York Needy

Lives and fortunes intertwined in GM town

Advocates: Hiring ex-cons leads to economic payoff

City Spends to Aid Minority Firms but Falls Short

New York Times Considers Foundation Funding for News

Fenton Awards $30k in First-Ever Social Media Grants

DODGING BULLETS! Some Providers Escape Unscathed; Others Take Funding Cuts

Urban League Roiled By CEO’s Ouster

Beleaguered City Opera Tries to Hold Off the Ultimate Finale

Wasn’t that cash meant for the poor, Senator Espada

Two accused of Embezzling $200,000 From South Bronx Nonprofit Group They Headed

Before Defecting, Espada Sought $2 Million for Bronx Groups