The long-running Muscular Dystrophy Association Labor Day Telethon, long associated with comic Jerry Lewis, is coming to a close—though the organization that has benefited from it plans to use a similar sort of savvy in creating smart online fundraising campaigns.
Realizing they are stronger together than apart, the two groups recently announced an upcoming merger that will help them advocate for and interpret legislation affecting both industries.
The ALS Association connects the dots between regional and national fundraising. Plus: A behind-the-scenes look at what it's like to be part of a media firestorm.
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In a move that will allow it to shield executive compensation and get Congress off its back, the NFL announced that it will drop its status as a nonprofit tax-exempt organization. One nonprofit tax expert shares what that means, and how it could affect other 501(c)(6) associations.
What if you could switch jobs with, or shadow, someone at an organization that does similar work to yours? That’s exactly what one association professional is doing to advance both her career and her organization.
With the Interactive Advertising Bureau's Digital Content NewFronts currently taking place in New York City, the organization notes that both advertisers and marketers are seeing major growth potential for ads in the digital video space.
Long after the end of the 2009 recession, the nonprofit sector continues to experience high demand for services, and resources are severely strained. A new report from the Nonprofit Finance Fund paints a bleak financial picture for the sector.
Reports of a widening bird flu outbreak affecting factory farms nationwide are raising questions about how it could affect humans, as well as whether controversial farming practices are to blame. At this point, your meals are probably safe.
With a new coalition in tow, Native American tribes nationwide are considering the potential sale of legal marijuana on their land. The tribes' sovereign status gives them some advantages that state governments don't have, but the drug's regulated status still means there's plenty to consider.