Jan. 25, 2010, Chronicle of Philanthropy — The U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Thursday to lift restrictions on corporate campaign spending has drawn sharp attacks from government watchdogs and other nonprofit groups that fear it will allow businesses to drown out the voices of individuals, charities, and smaller advocacy organizations.
November 11, 2009, The Chronicle of Philanthropy — A coalition of nonprofit groups today announced a campaign to unite civilian and military organizations in community-service projects to help military personnel, veterans, and their families — and described more than 30 specific projects.
October 22, 2009, The Chronicle of Philanthropy — A task force of more than 20 nonprofit, government, and business leaders issued a report this week proposing ideas for better managing volunteers so they can have more impact.
October 16, 2009, The Chronicle of Philanthropy — President Obama made another pitch for community service today while praising President George H.W. Bush for ushering in a new spirit of volunteerism with his inaugural call for “a thousand points of light” 20 years ago.
Washington, October 15, 2009, The Chronicle of Philanthropy -- Starting today, the Corporation for National and Community Service will no longer allow people to register volunteer opportunities directly on Serve.gov, the Obama administration’s volunteer Web site — a move that was welcomed by some nonprofit groups that operate their own volunteer-matching sites.
October 13, 2009, The Chronicle of Philanthropy — The Senate Finance Committee Tuesday passed health-care legislation that would allow small charities to receive a tax credit to help them provide health insurance to their employees.