Friday, July 23, 2004

Times-Mail Online Supplement - Bedford, IN: OpinionYOUTH IN PHILANTHROPY
Charity Village� NewsWeek
Charity Village notes that AFP has released it's final report on the State of Fundraising.
Charity Village� NewsWeek: Cover Story: "Three centres - one goal: Strengthening volunteerism in Canada"
A light of hope
Volunteers' visits bring a little relief to the homeless | newsVolunteering is catching on across the nation's college campuses. And the University of Iowa is hoping to join the trend.
VBJUSALocal corporate giving echoes executive’s message
'Dead' husband blows 9/11 scam | 07/23/2004 | Fundraiser off to great start
BW Online | July 23, 2004 | A Tale of Two Huge Gift Givers
The Chronicle, 7/23/2004: Charity and Foundation Officials Offer Criticism and Support for Proposals on Nonprofit Regulation
KESQ NewsChannel 3 Palm Springs, CA: Annual 'Ugly' bash raises big bucks for charity
Nonprofits hold firmWhile Maryland's economy, like the nation's, is just beginning to recover from the economic slowdown, its nonprofit sector has not only weathered the storm, but grown robustly.
Philanthropy wiz to head Scripps fund raising
WorldNetDaily: Political snitches monitor sermonsGroups threaten churches with loss
of tax-exempt status over activism

Thursday, July 22, 2004

MNSUN - NewsWayzata students are big donors to charity

Barry Lynn is Trying to Scare Churches � Again
Forward Newspaper Online

Despite Allegations, Gala Honoring Political Donor Will Go On
Telegraph | Opinion | It's not posh to hand over your dosh | Local News: Group learns about trends in philanthropy 07/22/04
Papers For Charitable Roundtable Including Paulette's written comments and statement for the record.

Grassley announces participants, Releases White Papers for Charitable Governance Roundtable.
JTA NEWS: "religious sites� security moves ahead"

Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Monday, July 19, 2004

Auditing Nonprofits: Three Issues Encountered By Auditors
Clerk Says Fisher's Charity Never Registered with State - Daily News
Jerry Falwell’s Tax-Exempt Status Challenged Over Political Endorsements
Argus Online - More Local News
Backpack charity project continues to grow
Collector, charity cash in on cents
Architects and corporate volunteers team to sculpt art for charity in the ninth Yoshida's Sand in the City event - Will: Congress may muck up revenue stream for nonprofits
Charitable institutions nationwide raise millions of dollars by having donated vehicles auctioned. In 2000, 733,000 taxpayers reduced their liability by about $654 million. Congress is dismayed, too much so, at the disparity between the valuation placed on a car by a donator (say, $5,000 — the threshold above which an independent appraisal already is required) and the amount a charity may reap from auctioning it (say, $500).

Journal Gazette | 07/17/2004 | Spiritual wills surge as way to pass on values
MSNBC - Nonprofits get organized
Business philanthropy: not the virtue it seems - Opinion - - A gift with vision
Do churches risk tax exemption over campaigning?
E-Philanthropy Awards