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Making Things Easy for Grantees Is High Priority for Foundation Officials. But Are We Doing It Right? (Opinion)

Nonprofit leaders are thrilled to get more general operating support, but they are still spending a lot of time complying with rules that have little to do with helping their organizations accomplish essential work.

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A New Move to Limit the Census Will Harm Virtually Every Cause (Opinion)

Foundations and nonprofits need to do all they can to oppose the Commerce Department’s plan to cut short the count, say the leaders of five foundations.

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As Disclosures Continue, Blackbaud Breach Remains a ‘Conundrum’ for Some Nonprofits

More nonprofits are notifying their donors about the ransomware attack. Some organizations are consulting legal experts and weighing ethical concerns as they evaluate whether to disclose the breach to their supporters.

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