Global Supply Chain Shortages Disrupt NGO Operations In Haiti & Elsewhere
The New York Times reports that many nonprofit organizations and international NGOs are facing severe shortages of goods, disrupting their chari
Planned giving can be difficult for nonprofits to incorporate into their giving strategy but it shouldn't be according to our guest Tony Martignetti. Tony, the evangelist for Planned Giving, shares how and why nonprofits that are over 5 years o
Nonprofit News for September 13th, 2021
Nonprofits Honor Anniversary of 9/11 With Day Of Service
On the 20th anniversary of the events of September 11th, 2001, nonprofits across the country have made the solemn day one not only of remembrance—
Nonprofit news from the sector.
Human Rights Campaign President Fired After Ties To Cuomo
Alphonso David, President of Human Rights Campaign, an LGBTQ+ advocacy organization, was ousted due to ties to former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Weekly nonprofit news summaries.
Nonprofits And Volunteer Organizations Step Up in Wake of Hurricane Ida
After Category 4 Hurricane Ida made landfall in south Louisiana on Sunday, organizations on the ground are already stepping up to he
Viral Fundraiser For Afghans Pits Bountiful Generosity Versus A Logistical Nightmare
A GoFundMe hosted by an “Instagram personality” has generated well over $5 million in funds in an effort to support the airlift of vulnerable people attempti
Nonprofit News for the week of 8/16/2021
Earthquake Rattles Haiti, Nonprofits & NGOs Step Up In Shadow of Previous Quake Response
A 7.2-magnitude earthquake rattled Haiti over the weekend, a devastating blow for a country already in the mid
ASPCA Faces Criticism Over Programming Expense Ratio
The ASCPA, known as one of the largest and most publicly visible animal welfare nonprofits within the United States, is facing criticism highlighted in this CBS N
After two great years at Whole Whale, Kariesha Martinez, Senior Marketing Associate is moving on. She shares how the Whole Whale Fellowship program works, what she learned over two years and other advice/thoughts for the company.
Nonprofit news for the week of 7/26/2021.
Bezos Blasts Off Into Space, Donates $200 Million
Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and the world’s wealthiest human, has announced a $200 million donation to the activist Van Jones and humanitarian c
200 Nonprofits Close In Minnesota, Indicative of Larger Trend
Between April of 2020 and March of 2021, 186 nonprofits stopped operations, according to data from the state of Minnesota. Hundreds of other nonprofits are bel
Online Fundraising Platforms Face Fresh Scrutiny
New scrutiny is being applied to the donation fundraising tactics of political fundraising platforms. After a New York Times expose highlighting potentially deceptive practices was released in
Summary of nonprofit news.
Supreme Court Throws Out Nonprofit Donor Disclosure Law
Last Thursday the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in a 6-3 ruling that California could no longer require nonprofits to submit donor information to
An exit interview with Ann, Technical Creative Director of WholeWhale.com reflecting on lessons over 7 years with the company.
Technical Creative Director
Nonprofit news for the week of 6/28/2021
Warren Buffett Gives Away $4.1 Billion To Charity, Steps Down From Gates Foundation
Warren Buffett, one of the richest people in the world, has announced a donation of nearly $4.1 billion to charity.
We interview Quincy Larson, the founder and a teacher at freeCodeCamp.org. freeCodeCamp is a nonprofit community that helps millions of people learn to code 100% for free helping thousands of people find their first coding job. Quincy shares ho
Nonprofit news summary for the week of June 22nd, 2021.
Charitable Giving Reaches All-Time High In 2020 - Report
A new Giving USA report says that U.S. charitable giving reached an all-time high of approximately $471 billion. Driven by factor
Nonprofit news summaries for the week of June 14th, 2021.
Featured product: A new Inclusivity Language Tool from Whole Whale. Helping organizations check their websites for inclusive language.
New Federal Legislation Aims To Speed Up Don
Interview with Sarika Bansal, Editor and Author of Tread Brightly, a series of curated essays on Ethical Travel. George Weiner interviews Sarika about the themes and topics covered by some of the essays. They also dive into the creation and clo
Nonprofit news summaries for June 7th
Direct mail price hikes and a push for transparency in politics by nonprofits.
USPS Price Increase May Lead To Headache For Nonprofits
The United States Postal Services (USPS) has filed for an increase
Nonprofit News for the week of June 1st, 2021.
Tulsa Massacre After 100 Years: Nonprofits Part Of Efforts To Bring Justice
The Tulsa massacre, one of the most egregious examples of racial violence in American history, marks its 100th anniv
Weekly nonprofit podcast news.
Nonprofit Fights Carbon Emissions With Financial Marketplace
University of Chicago professor Michael Greenstone has created a nonprofit called Climate Vault, which could revolutionize how we offset carbon emi
Karisha Martinez interviews Sam Fankuchen, the Founder & CEO of Golden.
Volunteering is a proven driver of happiness and provides a myriad of physical,
mental and social benefits, from living longer and feeling more fulfilled to
Weekly nonprofit news updates.
Crypto Billionaire Donates $1 Billion In Meme Coin To India
The founder of the cryptocurrency Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin, announced that he has donated approximately $1 billion in the meme coin Shiba Inu to no
Nonprofit News Summary
Bill & Melinda Gates File For Divorce
After 27 years of marriage, Bill and Melinda Gates have filed for divorce, rocking one of the largest philanthropic organizations in the process. The Gates Foundation, which be
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