The original idea was to sell masks and give the profits to Shelburne Farms. Then it became clear many more nonprofit organizations could use the help.
“This is a big loss for our budget,” says one organizer of a canceled Indigenous Peoples’ weekend event.
Find me an executive director who says they’ve never felt pressure to tuck expenses into ‘program’ to lower their ‘overhead’ percentage and I’ll find you a pair of fingers crossed behind their back to protect from their fib.
An increased need for nonprofits’ help and more pressure on donors could create a chance to collaborate and consolidate.
Organizations across the state are set to receive $630,000 in federal CARES Act grants, and nonprofits in the creative economy may be eligible for a $5 million pool recently approved by the governor.
Mayor Miro Weinberger has been working with UVM and Champlain College on building more student housing and with the UVM medical center on funding community health initiatives.
These large nonprofits are where you go to get health care, renewable energy services, the news you read. Is it important who sits on these self-perpetuating boards and how much the public is involved? You bet it is!
News Release — Common Good Vermont Dec. 5, 2018 Contact: Morgan Webster, Program Director [email protected] Common Good Vermont is pleased to announce the Vermont Edition of the 2018 Report on Nonprofit Wages and Benefits in Northern New England. The Wages and Benefits Report is released every two years and surveys Vermont’s nonprofits about wages and […]
The amount of dollars that are donated to health care/medical institutions and educational enterprises is a revelation.
Common Good Vermont and Marlboro College’s Center for New Leadership merged on Oct. 1 into a single entity, aimed at helping the state’s nonprofit organizations.
For those nonprofits that depend on donations rather than grants as their source of income, 2018 could be a challenging year.
It is shortsighted to cap deductions.
Sales at Amazon directly affect the sales at local storefronts — the places that make a town appealing.
The accumulated endowment funds of the nation’s private colleges, cultural and medical institutions are close to $1 trillion.