Nonprofit Management Higher Education

Increasing specialization, a demand for more higher education and a new need to worry about the bottom line are all challenges facing job seekers today. Nonprofits have grown from small organizations to a sizable chunk of the job market.  This has inspired the development of an increasing number of higher education programs for those who are choosing to dedicate themselves to careers in the nonprofit sector.  

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Grants Nearly $3.2 Million in Operating Support to Nonprofits

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation has made $3,180,000 in grants through its Community Grants Program to support the operations of 68 nonprofits serving New Hampshire communities.
Posted on: January 17, 2020
Topics: Funding Awards

Dollar General Literacy Foundation Youth Grants

Posted on: January 16, 2020

Angie's Place women's shelter converting to apartments

Angie’s Place, the former women-only shelter operated by New Horizons, will be converted into small apartments that will be leased out to homeless people under the Housing First model, leaders of Families in Transition said Tuesday.
Posted on: January 16, 2020
Topics: Something New

Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success Named Citizens Bank Champion in Action

Representatives from the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success—a nonprofit aiding in the resettlement of refugee and immigrant groups—were on hand Tuesday to receive the 2020 Champion in Action award in the category of inclusion and equality. Champions in Action is a program that partners the New Hampshire Union Leader with Citizens Bank to award $35,000 in an unrestricted grant to nonprofits that address social concerns.
Posted on: January 15, 2020
Topics: Funding Awards | Award Winners

Fourth annual nonprofit public policy forecast

Tim Delaney and David L. Thompson penned their fourth annual nonprofit public policy forecast, published in the Chronicle of Philanthropy. 
Posted on: January 14, 2020

Friends of Aine Names Joseph Murray as Chairman of the Board

Friends of Aine Center for Grieving Children and Families is proud to announce that Joseph Murray has accepted the position of Chairman of the Board. Joe is the Vice President of Government Relations and Public Affairs for Fidelity Investments’ regional center in Merrimack, NH.
Posted on: January 7, 2020
Topics: Board Announcements | Something New

Nashua chamber names former Stay Work Play CEO as president

Former Stay Work Play CEO Kate Luczko has been named president and chief executive officer of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce, its board announced Monday.
Posted on: December 30, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Complete Repeal of Taxes on Transportation Benefits

In an end-of-year push, nonprofits nationwide scored a huge victory late Friday night (12/20/2019): the comprehensive budget bill passed by Congress, and signed into law by the President, includes a complete repeal of the federal unrelated business income tax (UBIT) on nonprofits that provide transportation benefits to their employees.  
Posted on: December 24, 2019

NH Humane Society Names New Director

After a nationwide search, the NH Humane Society (NHHS) in Laconia hired Charles Stanton as its executive director. Stanton, who has a lifelong passion for animal welfare, made the nearly 3,000-mile journey from Washington State to join NHHS. He most recently served as executive director of the Yakima Humane Society and started his new role at NHHS on Dec. 9.
Posted on: December 20, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Doris Theberge Receives Spaulding Youth Center’s Spaulding Spirit Award

Spaulding Youth Center is pleased to present the Spaulding Spirit Award to Doris Theberge, Clinician Therapist. This peer-nominated recognition is presented at each quarterly staff meeting to one employee who exemplifies Spaulding Spirit and makes peers proud to be working by their side.Spaulding Youth Center is pleased to present the Spaulding Spirit Award to Doris Theberge, Clinician Therapist. This peer-nominated recognition is presented at each quarterly staff meeting to one employee who exemplifies Spaulding Spirit and makes peers proud to be working by their side.
Posted on: December 19, 2019
Topics: Award Winners | Something New

NH Children’s Health Foundation awards $149,000 in Fall grant round

In November the New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation awarded grants to five organizations. Recipients include Gather, NH Fiscal Policy Institute, NH Oral Health Coalition, the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success (ORIS) and the UNH Carsey School of Public Policy.
Posted on: December 17, 2019
Topics: Funding Awards

A Complete Count Matters

Posted on: December 17, 2019

Empower Coos Youth Grants Program - Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund

Posted on: December 17, 2019

Two Refugee Organizations Unite

The Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success (ORIS) in Manchester has merged with the New American Africans (NAA). Both organizations serve newly resettled refugees and immigrants in New Hampshire and provide assistance, programs, training, resources, and opportunities that promote self-sufficiency, to ease integration.
Posted on: December 16, 2019
Topics: Collaboration | Something New

Grants - Trauma Due to Adverse Childhood Experiences

Posted on: December 16, 2019

Nonprofits Fight Sale Of .ORG Registry

Posted on: December 10, 2019
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Pros and Cons of Using Form 1023-EZ for Starting a Nonprofit

Source: Foundation Group
In 2014, the IRS released the 1023-EZ, giving small nonprofits a streamlined - and less expensive - way of applying for tax-exempt status. There has been much criticism of the form and some indicators that less-than-authentic organizations have used it to gain tax-exempt status. This article looks at the good and the bad of this option.
Posted on: December 10, 2019
Topics: Legal | Starting a Nonprofit

Spaulding Youth Center Honored with Grant from the Children’s Literacy Foundation to Host Campus Event

Spaulding Youth Center is excited to announce it was honored with the At-Risk Children grant from the Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF). The grant included a storytelling event with one of CLiF’s professional storytellers, a discussion on the importance of reading together, tips for helping children develop strong literacy skills, a new onsite library of children’s books and two new books for each student.
Posted on: December 5, 2019
Topics: Funding Awards

Sharron McCarthy named new CEO of Girls Inc. of New Hampshire

Sharron McCarthy, who has been at the helm of McLean Communications for over 20 yeas, will be stepping down from the job to take over as the new CEO of Girls Inc. of New Hampshire.
Posted on: November 27, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

CATCH Prepares to Open First Food Pantry

CATCH Neighborhood Housing is pleased to share that it will be opening its first Community Choice Food Pantry to serve two of its Concord properties in early 2020.
Posted on: November 26, 2019
Topics: Expansion | Something New

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