Oct. 26: Nonprofit loan fund, sustainability professionals, YWCA USA, and more

Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta launching Nonprofit Loan Fund to help nonprofits meet short-term funding needs by providing bridge loans; initiative builds on experience of foundation’s Arts Loan Fund to expand loans to stabilize cash flow of nonprofits.

Forty-three percent of sustainability professionals make $75,000 or more a year, says survey conducted by the University of California San Diego Extension in collaboration with Sustainability: The Journal of Record; sixty-two percent of respondents said their job has promotion potential, and most would recommend sustainability as a career to their children.

Gloria Lau, former interim CEO, YWCA Hawaii Island, named interim CEO, YWCA USA.

San Jose State University launched public phase of its first-ever comprehensive campaign, aiming to raise $200 million by 2014, and has raised over $129 million in private phase that began in 2006.

Rebekah Levin, former research associate professor, College of Education, University of Illinois at Chicago, named director of evaluation and learning, McCormick Foundation, effective November 1.

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