The Pension Protection Act (PPA) was signed into law by the president George W. Bush on August 17, 2006. Besides protecting the pensioners, the pension protection act also creates a number of rules that apply to non profit organizations as well as to donors who make gifts and contributions to tax-exempt organizations. Cash Contributions Previously, Read rest of it.
The U.S. non profit sector is equal to the sixth largest economy in the world – larger than the Canadian or Russian economies. SOME FACTS ABOUT THE NON PROFIT SECTOR There are about 2.3 million non profits in the United States (corporations, trusts, associations and other forms of nonprofit organizations) and more than half of Read rest of it.
A stakeholder is an individual or group which has an interest that the non profit fulfills its mission. Anyone who is interested or affected by the nonprofit organization and its services is a stakeholder. Stakeholders in the nonprofit sector include the following: BENEFICIARIES – The people and parties who actually use the services and goods Read rest of it.
A sample collection of mission statement of 20 world’s largest, top and possibly best nonprofit organizations. Environmental Defense: http://www.edf.org Mission Statement Environmental Defense Fund’s mission is to preserve the natural systems on which all life depends. Guided by science, we design and transform markets to bring lasting solutions to the most serious environmental problems. Read rest of it.
The most basic sources of nonprofit fundraising are: Individual donors: As per a report published by Giving USA, funds from individual donors constitute around 3/4th of the total charitable donations in the United States. Corporate giving: Corporate funds can be raised in two forms: a) Event sponsorship – which is more of an episodic funding. Read rest of it.