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NC COVID-19 Student Response Corps Contributes to Recovery, Increases Student Support
 
A new bill supported by influential N.C. senators would protect the confidentiality of donors to nonprofit organizations and charities.
A new bill supported by influential N.C. senators would protect the confidentiality of donors to nonprofit organizations and charities.
 
The COVID-19 crisis has brought death, economic destruction, and wrenching social change.
The COVID-19 crisis has brought death, economic destruction, and wrenching social change.
 
SECU Public Fellows intern shares nonprofitís message with region
SECU Public Fellows intern shares nonprofitís message with region
 
An effort by Governor Roy Cooperís administration is matching North Carolina college students in need of work experience with local governments and nonprofits seeking additional help to support COVID-19 response efforts.
An effort by Governor Roy Cooperís administration is matching North Carolina college students in need of work experience with local governments and nonprofits seeking additional help to support COVID-19 response efforts.
 
At the nationís largest employer of the blind, only a skeletal crew of workers remains.
 
A nonprofit that employs the blind says itís illegally losing its contracts with the Department of Veterans Affairs to a business that subcontracts the work to a non-veteran-owned, large business.
A nonprofit that employs the blind says itís illegally losing its contracts with the Department of Veterans Affairs to a business that subcontracts the work to a non-veteran-owned, large business.
 
Parliamentary procedure is a term many believe limited to government associations.
 
Major donors like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Lumina Foundation dominate higher education philanthropy today. Most are aware of the Gates Foundation's roots in Bill's vast wealth, but the story of how Lumina came to be is more complicated.
Major donors like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Lumina Foundation dominate higher education philanthropy today. Most are aware of the Gates Foundation's roots in Bill's vast wealth, but the story of how Lumina came to be is more complicated.
 
U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, R-11th District, wants to sack the National Football League's tax-exempt status because, he said, it's unfair for a multibillion-dollar sports enterprise to enjoy special tax treatment usually reserved for churches, educational entities, and charitable organizations.
U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, R-11th District, wants to sack the National Football League's tax-exempt status because, he said, it's unfair for a multibillion-dollar sports enterprise to enjoy special tax treatment usually reserved for churches, educational entities, and charitable organizations.
 
In North Carolina, left-wing nonprofit advocacy groups for decades have wielded an alarming amount of power in the media, state politics, and government. They work together, both in loose coalitions and organized networks, to influence and control public policy.
In North Carolina, left-wing nonprofit advocacy groups for decades have wielded an alarming amount of power in the media, state politics, and government. They work together, both in loose coalitions and organized networks, to influence and control public policy.
 
In 2013, 33,000 businesses filed for bankruptcy in the United States. Such normal, healthy commercial losses perform a critical function in a robust market system. Firms that don't satisfy the wants of customers, attract patrons, and stay within their budgets fall by the wayside, opening the door fo
In 2013, 33,000 businesses filed for bankruptcy in the United States. Such normal, healthy commercial losses perform a critical function in a robust market system. Firms that don't satisfy the wants of customers, attract patrons, and stay within their budgets fall by the wayside, opening the door fo
 
A new audit report calls into question nearly $4.9 million in spending by Four-County Community Services, a nonprofit organization that runs Head Start programs and provides other assistance to low-income families in seven southeastern North Carolina counties.
A new audit report calls into question nearly $4.9 million in spending by Four-County Community Services, a nonprofit organization that runs Head Start programs and provides other assistance to low-income families in seven southeastern North Carolina counties.
 
As the old saying goes, "What's good for the goose is good for the gander." But some North Carolina professors have decided that they are neither goose nor gander.
As the old saying goes, "What's good for the goose is good for the gander." But some North Carolina professors have decided that they are neither goose nor gander.
 
While gathering some performance metrics for North Carolina policy nonprofits, I noticed an interesting trend in the data from the microblogging site Twitter. While you might think that the most-followed Twitter accounts on...
While gathering some performance metrics for North Carolina policy nonprofits, I noticed an interesting trend in the data from the microblogging site Twitter. While you might think that the most-followed Twitter accounts on...
 
In the aftermath of the Blueprint NC imbroglio, there has a new wave of political and media attention devoted to North Carolina think tanks, policy centers, and activist groups.
In the aftermath of the Blueprint NC imbroglio, there has a new wave of political and media attention devoted to North Carolina think tanks, policy centers, and activist groups.
 
Two of the General Assembly's most powerful Republican lawmakers and the Democratic state insurance commissioner are among those ensnared in a legal struggle between private and nonprofit bail bondsmen organizations providing instructional courses for bail agents.
Two of the General Assembly's most powerful Republican lawmakers and the Democratic state insurance commissioner are among those ensnared in a legal struggle between private and nonprofit bail bondsmen organizations providing instructional courses for bail agents.
 
After handing over half a million dollars in the last five years or so (ending June 2011), with the understanding that it was seed money and there would be no further public funding (and, as I understood it, no further forgiveness of tax bills) by Washington.
After handing over half a million dollars in the last five years or so (ending June 2011), with the understanding that it was seed money and there would be no further public funding (and, as I understood it, no further forgiveness of tax bills) by Washington.
 
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