Government & Regulation
Pay transparency laws, designed to encourage employers to be more open with about compensation, are becoming the norm.
BryteBridge announced a new BryteBridge Connect membership program to help nonprofits meet state and federal compliance requirements.
Independent Sector (IS) released the results of a nationally representative survey of nonprofit institutions that found a significant decrease in nonprofit engagement in advocacy and lobbying over the last 20 years.
A bill that would help governments and organizations in small and rural communities apply for federal grants advanced in the Senate.
“When people say you can’t change the way people think about charity, I think, ‘Oh yeah? Watch,’” Dan Pallotta, the founder and president of Charity Defense Council said in the teaser of his new film, “Uncharitable,” which is coming to select theaters in the fall.
The Charitable Act, if passed, would reinstitute the universal charitable deduction that was available to taxpayers who opted for the standard deduction during the pandemic in tax years 2020 and 2021.
For nonprofit organizations looking to explore public-private partnerships, here are some things to consider.
A new California law aims to bring more transparency to digital fundraising as a whole. Let’s explore the aspects of the California law, how it impacts social media platforms, the implications for nonprofits that land on a block list and the steps a nonprofit needs to take to avoid non-compliance.
The Securities and Exchange Commission settled claims against Blackbaud for misleading disclosures regarding a 2020 ransomware attack.