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Devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian has put pressure on the families of many U.S.-based students.
New York's attorney general seeks $2.8 million in restitution and a 10-year ban on Trump and his three eldest children running charities.
New tax laws have changed how much of a tax break you might get for giving to charities and causes. Those changes are worrying some non-profits that need your end of the year gifts, especially to help provide human services.…
Nonprofits worry about the loss of institutional knowledge as offices are forced to close amid a slow down in refugee admissions.
Immigrant parents often depend on their children to translate for them.
Since the election, a new phenomenon appears to be emerging: so-called “rage donations.” Across the country, progressive nonprofits are reporting an unprecedented surge in donations, as disappointed Clinton voters channel their frustration into hard cash for the causes they support.…
Facebook founder and his physician wife have a charitable venture built for the long haul.
Nonprofits are scrambling to figure out how to comply with new overtime rules.
The nonprofit marks its fundraising campaign’s 2-year anniversary with a research breakthrough.
Most of the zoo's revenue last fiscal year came from admissions during the summer months.