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6/9/14 — Foundations Announce Plans for Spending $194-Million to Improve Lives of Young Minority Men

The Chronicle of Philanthropy By Maria Di Mento Eleven foundations that are among grant makers that plan to give a total of $200-million over five years to increase opportunities for young minority men laid out a blueprint for spending most of that commitment yesterday at ...

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6/6/14 — Charitable Giving Bounces Back, Grows 1.3 Percent

The NonProfit Times By Zach Halper The latest edition of the Blackbaud Index revealed that overall charitable giving increased by 1.3 percent for the three months ending April 2014, after initial reports last month indicated negative growth in the sector. Among ...

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5/30/14 — Government Doesn’t Pay

The Nonprofit Times By Mark Hrywna Despite the improving economy since 2009, it’s the same story for nonprofits with government contracts and grants: Governments pay organizations late, do not pay the full cost and impose arbitrary caps on reimbursement and indirect ...

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