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Tag: Debt

Donations Remind that Crises in Detroit Continue

Last week, two Muslim groups donated $100,000 to help Detroit residents whose accounts are past-due with the city’s water department. The announcement from the two organizations – The Michigan Muslim Community Council and Islamic Relief USA – focused on the act of charity as an expression of their faith,... more

Budget 101 and other great resources from the Coalition on Human Needs

While congress may have reached a debt deal, many questions still remain about the federal budget and the impact that it will have on the social services that many of us either provide or rely on. The Coalition for Human Needs has a host of resources to help service providers understand the federal budget and facilitate staff and community conversations around budget impact and advocacy. more

An Interesting Article in the NY Times on Financial Health of Nonprofits

“The financial health of the nation’s nonprofit groups is rapidly deteriorating, according to a survey of some 900 nonprofit leaders around the country. Only 12 percent of those organizations expect to end the year with an operating surplus, compared with 40 percent who ended their most recent fiscal years with money on... more

Understanding the Next Generation of Nonprofit Employees: The Impact of Educational Debt

A study conducted for The Building Movement Project by Amanda Ballard, which finds that contrary to prediction, debt does not appear to deter graduates from seeking and securing jobs in the nonprofit sector. more