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Frances Kunreuther of the Building Movement Project says on March 1, the Building Movement Project launched the 2016 Nonprofits, Race and Leadership Survey, open to all nonprofit staff and board members.
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16 Jun 2016
Thursday, June 16, 2016 -
8:30am to 11:00am
In the midst of this year’s presidential election, understanding the right to vote – and exercising this right – is critical to the future of the country. This issue has been at the center of American politics since the beginning, from the Founders...
View materials for the program "The IRS Form 990 as a Tool for Understanding Organizational Capacity."
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Overdeck Family Foundation and the Simons Foundation today launched Science Everywhere, an initiative to catalyze math and science learning beyond school walls, in partnership with DonorsChoose.org.
The Equity in Education and Career Consortium will impact more than 30,000 low-to-moderate income students globally by supporting pathways to college and career success
Of its $4.1 trillion fiscal year 2016 budget, the U.S. federal government and its grantmaking agencies will give out billions of dollars in the form of grants to states, localities, and individuals, supporting a dizzying array of activities, from scientific research and economic development to arts, culture, and education.
At this Foundation Administrator's Network meeting, organization development consultant Martha Sherman will lead a conversation on challenges and opportunities related to organizational structure. Members identified the top challenges FAN members face. Sherman offered advice, based on her 20+ years of experience in organizational development, and members can broke out into small groups to discuss specific challenges in more depth, understand some of the different hats our colleagues wear, and connect with those who can continue to serve as a resource after the meeting.
... and rely on nonprofit organizations to do the work and show results in a timely manner. This summer, a group of ...
David Sandman of the NYS Health Foundation writes about the challenges of funding health care needs in the large and diverse state of NY.
... and expulsions, are not uncommon in pre-K. Statistics show more children of color are punished in classrooms versus ...
At this FAN meeting, Amanda Fugazy walked attendees through the new risks facing nonprofits by misclassifying employees – in particular, consultants, volunteers, and interns. Both the IRS and the Department of Labor are undertaking efforts to identify cases of misclassification in order to recoup unpaid taxes. With back wages, benefits, lawyers and accountant fees, penalties and staff time, the costs can be very high to an organization.
Nationwide survey finds emphasizing real-life applications of science in particular could change parent perceptions and help kids learn.