Friday, August 30, 2013

The September 1 2013 Issue Of NPT: Now Available

Labor Day is generally considered the symbolic end of summer and, in that spirit, we offer you the first NPT issue of the Fall.

The September 1 issue of The NonProfit Times includes exclusive donor research. This special report examines the results of a survey NPT conducted in partnership with ORC International. Donors were asked whether they were more likely to contribute to a disaster-relief or non-disaster relief charity. The results were somewhat surprising as a slim majority of respondents (47 percent to 44 percent, 9 percent undecided) said they would give to a non-disaster relief organization.

You can purchase the full results of the survey through our online store if you are interested in seeing the demographic breakdowns.

Here are some other noteworthy features of the issue:

  • Multi-Year GrantsThe National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy’s The State of Multi-Year Funding 2011 shows that the more things change the more they stay the same when it comes to the long-term, flexible grant dollars.
  • General Ramblings: Politicizing Politics: In his latest column, NPT Editor-in-Chief Paul Clolery examines the war of words between secular nonprofit and religious organization leaders regarding a recommendation that clergy should be able to say anything they want from the pulpit of their tax-exempt houses of worship so long as it doesn’t cost anything.
This is just a taste of the content in our newest issue. If you are already a subscriber, click here to access the digital edition of the magazine, otherwise head to our subscription page to get access.

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