7.31.17 US Nonprofit News
SunTrust Foundation provides $150,000 grant to National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, The Carter Center names eight U.S. recipients of the 2017-2018 Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism, Catalysts of the Climate Economy National Innovation Summit to take place September 6th-9th, and more.
09.06.12.: US News Bits
Foundation for Youth Investment announces awards, First Five Years Fund appoints new executive director, six individuals receive the World of Children Award, and more.
Giving to Canadian health care rebounds
Donors contributed a total of $1.2 billion to nonprofit health-care organizations in Canada in fiscal 2010, an improvement over 2008 and 2009, but still far below pre-recession levels, a new report says.
Giving to nonprofit hospitals grows
Philanthropic donations to U.S. nonprofit hospitals and health-care systems grew 8 percent last year to $8.26 billion, but fundraising costs grew and return on investment fell.
Health of nonprofit hospitals improves
While still anemic in almost all fundraising avenues, development at nonprofit hospitals is beginning to see some signs of recovery, a new study says.
Health-care fundraising costs soar
Fundraisers in fiscal 2009 spent a lot more money than in 2008 to secure gifts and grants for nonprofit hospitals and health-care systems in the U.S. and Canada, a new survey says.
Nonprofit health-care providers see threat
State and local governments hungry for revenue are creating fiscal barriers that limit nonprofit hospitals’ ability to provide needed services, a trade group for nonprofit health-care providers’ philanthropic programs says.
Health-care giving falters
Charitable giving to nonprofit health-care institutions is ailing, with U.S.-based giving up an anemic 2.6 percent in 2008 and Canadian giving off by 12.9 percent, a new study says.
‘Rainmakers’ vital to health-care industry
With demand increasing and donations falling, now is the time for nonprofit health-care groups to invest in seasoned fundraisers, a new report says.
Hospitals serve poor despite economy
Of the nonprofit hospitals expecting a drop in donations this year, fewer than one in 10 plans to cut services for the poor and underinsured, says a survey.