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The leading business publication for nonprofit management.
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Grab your egg salad sandwich and settle in for another edition of NPT Lunchtruck. On this episode Maine Association of Nonprofit's Lori Gramlich discusses Governor LePage's proposed plan to tax nonprofits.

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After almost two centuries in New York City, the American Bible Society (ABS) has sold its headquarters for $300 million and plans to move to Philadelphia this summer.

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Celebrate the end of the Super Bowl by reading the February 1 issue of The NonProfit Times. If you have a digital subscription, you can click the link below to read the full issue.

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The Seattle Art Museum (SAM), which last year talked smack on Twitter with the Denver Art Museum (DAM) all week leading up to the big game, has entered a high-stakes wager on this year's Super Bowl. If the Seahawks win, the Williamstown, Mass.-based Clark Art Institute will loan Winslow Homer’s 1900 oil on canvas, “West Point, Prout’s Neck.”

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Does your nonprofit not have a mobile website? Andrew Olsen of Russ Reid gives the three reasons you need to make the shift.

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Propelled by a strong stock market, charitable contributions to the nation’s colleges and universities had their biggest gains in 15 years, reaching a record high of $37.45 billion last year.

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The newest annual letter from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is out. Find out what Bill and Melinda Gates are focusing on this year.

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Are you confused about the newest nonprofit regulations coming into effect this year? Jacki Tiso, of JMT Consulting Group, will explain everything you need to know in this upcoming free webinar.

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Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA), based in Alexandria, Va., has appointed Sister Donna Markham, Ph.D., as its first female president in the organization’s 105-year history. She succeeds Rev. Larry Snyder and takes office on June 1.

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DoGooder's 2015 National Video Awards will soon be open for submission. Read more about the awards in our latest blog post.
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