By David Samson Israel has over 42,000 nonprofit organizations. Proportionally to the size of its population, it’s one of the largest not-for-profit sectors in the world. Collectively, nonprofits produce 5.8% of Israel’s GDP and employ over 477,000 people, 13.7% of the Israeli … [Read more...] about Paying the Price: Who Really Represents the Israeli Nonprofit Sector?
By Eric Lankin I vividly remember being dressed down by the senior resource development professional after a conference call of volunteers who were leaders of one of our fundraising campaigns. “How dare you ask a question of our volunteers during the call” was his angry sta … [Read more...] about Making Our Volunteers, Our Partners
By Daniel Markind [On Tuesday] Jewish National Fund of America CEO Russell Robinson and CFO Mitchel Rosenzweig agreed to repay personal loans they received from the JNF. These loans turned out to be illegal under New York State Law. This news is intriguing to some, but … [Read more...] about JNF: America’s Integrity Challenge
By Natasha Dresner Most tax-exempt organizations that operate on the calendar fiscal year are expected to file their 2016 annual returns (IRS Forms 990) by May 15, 2017. Is your nonprofit organization ready to do it? Does it accurately, if at all, describe the nonfinancial … [Read more...] about Filing your IRS Form 990 can Benefit Your Mission
Law.com is reporting: A federal lawsuit accuses PayPal Inc. of botching a program intended to be philanthropic by misdirecting funds intended for certain charities and transmitting the money to other organizations without informing donors. The suit ... claims that the … [Read more...] about Lawsuit Alleges Paypal Diverted Donations To Different Charities