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Vanessa Puleo of Led2Serve Announces Outreach Partnership with Basket Brigade Central Florida

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ORLANDO, FL (PRWEB) MAY 26, 2017 Led2Serve, a Florida based non-profit organization, is pleased to announce a partnership with Basket Brigade Central Florida to lead the administration, planning and logistical execution of its yearly Thanksgiving food drive. Now in their

Vanessa Puleo of Led2Serve Announces The Launch Of Their Service Learning Journeys in the Washington DC Area

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We’re pleased to announce Led2Serve’s first service learning journey was completed in Washington, DC in late March. Led2Serve traveled with a team of twenty-two from St. John’s Military school in Salina, Kansas. This team joined an impactful service learning mission

Higher Ed Fundraising Hits Another Record

Charitable giving to American colleges and universities reached the $41 billion mark in 2016, eclipsing 2015’s record of $40.3 billion. The sum represents a 0.4 percent increase adjusted for inflation. Foundation and corporate giving were primary drivers of the increase.

New Options Evolving For Fundraising Via Facebook

The New Year is already more than a month old and though lines at the local gym and health-food store are already shorter than they were a few weeks ago, 2017 fundraising goals don’t have to go the same route.

Fidelity, Vanguard Passed Along $4.2 Billion

As giving to donor-advised funds (DAF) continues to grow so does grant-making by the charitable giving vehicles. This week, Fidelity Charitable reported a record $3.5 billion in distributions on behalf of donors last year, a 15-percent increase compared to 2015.

Trump Wants To Kill Johnson Amendment On Political Speech

President Donald Trump has renewed his call to eliminate a rule that prohibits tax-exempt nonprofits, particularly churches, from making political endorsements. During remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast this morning, Trump invoked the words of Thomas Jefferson before saying he

Charlton Tabbed As New CEO At Abila Software

There’s a change at the top at Abila software. Long-time executive Krista Endsley is stepping down at the association and nonprofit financial management software firm and the board is installing technology executive Craig Charlton as chief executive officer. Source From

Impact Investments And Your Retirement Plan

The U.S. Department of Labor (DoL)’s rules for economically-targeted investments (ETIs) made by retirement plans covered by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), allows investment strategies that consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors. Source From Non Profit Times

Not Affordable: Costs Fueled Killer Fire As Nonprofits Fight For Housing

Oakland, California remains in mourning after a late-night warehouse fire on December 2 killed 36 people. The warehouse had been converted into an artist collective and housing units — both contrary to area zoning. While the fire has shone a

Higher Ed Spends More, Bring In Less

Three-quarters of college and university endowments increased spending to support their mission – by an average 8.1 percent – last year following another weak year for investments returns. Returns for college and university endowments averaged -1.9 percent for the fiscal