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This month, NCRP takes on the recent Florida legislation and its negative consequences for philanthropy!
Also, Kathleen Enright shares her thoughts on general operating support and how it can strengthen nonprofits.
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Adapting to Changed Times
By Kathleen P. Enright
in Responsive Philanthropy (Winter 2009/10)
Enright looks at some preliminary data on the use of general support grants in response to the recession. She makes the case for "normalizing" general operating support as a concrete step towards strengthening nonprofit organizations.
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A Major Setback for Grantmaker Accountability
Aaron Dorfman and Niki Jagpal share their thoughts on the anti-disclosure legislation recently passed in Florida and the effects the law will have on philanthropy.
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By Aaron Dorfman, Social Policy
Cheerleading in the Crisis
By Jane Wales, Huffington Post
Aaron Dorfman of NCRP Discusses Implications of FL Legislation on Nonprofit Diversity Practices
All Nonprofits Considered
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New Report Finds Bay Area Foundations Responsive During Recession
By Julia Craig
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Strengthening Democracy, Increasing Opportunities: Impacts of Advocacy, Organizing and Civic Engagement in New Mexico
In the first report from the Grantmaking for Community Impact Project (GCIP), Lisa Ranghelli looks at 2003-2007 data from 14 New Mexico nonprofits,
which shows high return on investments and successful policy changes
that benefit New Mexicans, such as anti-predatory lending laws, minimum
wage increases and homeless trust funds.
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