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This holiday season, things are looking up for performing arts organizations
Classics like "The Nutcracker" and "A Christmas Carol" bring needed ticket revenue to arts nonprofits.
Florida cultural institutions are recovering from Hurricane Ian alongside homes and businesses
Damage along Florida's southwest coast includes museums and theaters that plan to rebuild.
A window is closing for government, nonprofit employees to get student loans forgiven
A federal program used to reject most applications. But a Biden administration waiver has allowed forgiveness for $14 billion in loans.
Bear markets are anxious times for many nonprofits
But a dip in the summer isn't as bad for donations as a dip in December.
Nonprofits turn to tech to court younger, more diverse donors
The digital age transformed how charities solicit donations. Now, live streaming, cryptocurrency and NFTs are doing the same.
Nonprofit hospitals weigh risks of accepting donations in cryptocurrency
Charities may face questions about taking bitcoin gifts that they wouldn't face with donations in other forms, like cash or stock.
Humanitarian groups scramble as Taliban takes power in Afghanistan
The hardline government might need the groups to provide basic social services. But it's also likely to fear their human rights advocacy.
Ticket sales return to help zoos, aquariums pay bills
When zoos and aquariums closed their doors because of COVID, they still had to cover the cost of feeding and caring for animals.
Religious institution membership falls below majority for first time
As many Americans celebrate Easter and Passover, religious institutions are still dealing with interruptions due to COVID-19.
Charities, nonprofits alter pandemic volunteer operations
Even volunteer work has gone remote. That approach has made it easier for more people to join in.