Three nonprofits win stewardship awards
The N.C. Farmworkers Project, Rutherford Housing Partnership and Scrap Exchange received stewardship awards from the N.C. Center for Nonprofits at its statewide conference.
State wants to pare grants to nonprofits
A bill being drafted would withhold 2 percent of grants from state agencies to fund oversight; a statewide association of nonprofits strongly opposes the proposal.
Nonprofit pay highest in Triangle
North Carolina nonprofits pay $60,000 in median salary to their chief executives and $40,673 in median cash compensation to all their employees, and lose staff at half the rate of U.S. industries, a new study says.
Be clear on how to use your board
Nonprofits need to clarify priorities and tasks for board members and be strategic and thoughtful about how best to use their talents and brains.
Initiative aims to spur more advocacy funding
North Carolina will be the second of up to 10 states a national group will study as part of its initiative to track and encourage more advocacy grantmaking by foundations.
Financial statements give direction
Nonprofit leaders at the N.C. Center for Nonprofits annual conference discuss the importance of financial statements for both evaluation and communication.
Policy forum set for February
The N.C. Center for Nonprofits will hold its annual Public Policy Forum in Raleigh on February 20.
Five steps for launching planned-giving programs
Getting the word out to donors about planned-giving programs can significantly expand opportunities for nonprofits, says Chris McLeod, vice president of the Greater Charlotte Cultural Trust.
Nonprofits receive stewardship awards
The three awards, given by the N.C. Center for Nonprofits at its 2008 Statewide Conference, recognize outstanding stewardship and accountability.
Grantmakers fund outcomes focus
Three North Carolina foundations are funding an effort by the grantmakers network to improve grantmaking in the state.