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Some music festivals are allowing overdose reversal drugs
Often nonprofits and volunteers are left to do the work of providing naloxone kits to attendees.
As relaxed regulations spur credit union memberships, banks cry foul
The two sides will meet soon in federal appeals court.
A new report finds more big donors are giving big money to big institutions, but ...
What does this mean for the overall nonprofit sector, which is made up of small groups, too?
Volunteer time is worth almost $25 an hour to nonprofits
The group Independent Sector tracks the value of volunteer work. This year, it averages $24.69 per hour, up more than 2 percent from last year. Independent Sector says 63 million Americans volunteer about 8 billion hours of their time per year. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
The resignation of a top White House aide has put domestic violence back in the spotlight
After the resignation of a top White House aide accused of domestic abuse, more victims are coming forward and seeking help. At the same time, nonprofits that provide services and shelters for victims of domestic violence are seeing an uptick in donations. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
For advocacy groups, the federal budget is mainly a blueprint for battle
The federal budget released today is pretty much a fantasy document that will be dead on arrival when it gets to Congress, economists say. But even scaled back, proposed budget cuts to Medicaid, food assistance and other programs for the poor are likely to tear a hole in the safety net the likes of which […]
Data sharing generates revenue for some charities
Charities may trade or sell names of small-time donors.