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A Divided Sector: Medical & Educational Institutions and Everyone Else

A few weeks ago, we touched upon three initial findings on the nonprofit landscape. Today we're focusing on one finding in particular, how medical and educational institutions behave differently from all other tax-exempt organizations. And are treated as such.


What Does the Nonprofit Sector Really Look Like?

When we think about nonprofits, the most well-known brands, such as the Salvation Army, Goodwill, or the American Heart Association, might immediately come to mind. But these charities are only a sliver of the organizations that can be found within the nonprofit sector and, in most cases, are even outliers.


How Library Foundations are helping Public Libraries stay open: Insight for the overall nonprofit sector

Like nonprofits, Public libraries have evolved into organizations that provide expanded services to the local community. They go beyond just books and often act as an anchor in the community, providing a full array of educational and social services.


2012: How Technology and Consumer Trends Will Continue to Drive Change In the Nonprofit Sector

 


Is More Bureaucracy the Answer for the Sector?

 


Driving toward Donor Confidence

 


A Global View of Philanthropy

 


Community Foundations: Cornerstones of Local Giving


They manage more than $30 billion in assets and were responsible for more than $2 billion in charitable giving in 2000. More than 550 of them are located in the United States alone, representing both major metropolitan areas and rural neighborhoods. They're community foundations, and they play a key role in the nation's philanthropic process. But what exactly do they do?