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Michigan Needs to Get Counted

By Council of Michigan Foundations | Monday, October 30, 2017 A major statewide initiative recently launched, focusing on ensuring an accurate census count in 2020 so...

November 01, 2017


Cash Flow in the Nonprofit Business Model: A Question of Whats and Whens

By HILDA H. POLANCO AND JOHN SUMMERS | October 11, 2017 This article is from the Nonprofit Quarterly’s fall 2017 edition, “The Changing Skyline of U.S....

October 17, 2017


OU to Host Networking Reception to Promote Collaboration in Nonprofit Sector

Written by Sean Delaney Oakland University and the Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA), in partnership with Main Street Oakland County, will host a networking reception from 8-9:30...

September 19, 2017


Another Tale in the Ongoing Saga of Who Deserves a Charitable Tax Exemption

Written by Jeanne Fox Both nonprofit leaders and government administrators in Michigan are anxiously awaiting a Michigan Supreme Court decision related to determining exactly what makes...

September 19, 2017


Raw and Relevant: Real Change, Real Talk forum sparked honest emotions among Detroit leaders

There are a lot of ideas floating around about how to strengthen Detroit’s neighborhoods beyond downtown and Midtown. Now there’s a newly formed initiative committed...

September 18, 2017


We Are In This Together: A Letter to Philanthropy

By Nonprofit Advisory Council, October 4, 2017 | Strengthening Relationships 9 nonprofit leaders share what grantmakers can be doing to support grantees in the most meaningful...

August 17, 2017


Nonprofits back preserving limits on political endorsements

Written by Jane C. Simons GRAND RAPIDS — The proposal by a small contingent of Evangelical Christian churches to allow tax-exempt organizations to campaign on behalf...

May 01, 2017


Reaching Across the Aisle: Nonprofits need to engage, share data more than ever, panelists say

Written by Jane Simons, Mi Biz, January 27, 2017 GRAND RAPIDS — The nonprofit community has a unique opportunity to engage individuals from both sides...

January 28, 2017


Many Michigan nonprofits seek to hire in 2017, although high turnover remains an issue

Written by Jane C. Simons, MiBiz, 1/22/17 Jobseekers in Michigan may want to consider careers in the nonprofit sector. This year, about 45 percent of nonprofits throughout...

January 23, 2017


Budget Cuts Might Hit Less Obvious Social Services

By Paul Clolery & Mark Hrywna, The Nonprofit Times Among the priorities for President-Elect Donald Trump once he’s inaugurated on Jan. 20 has been repeal or...

January 20, 2017


Nonprofit Quarterly - A City in Remission: Can the “Grand Bargain” Revive Detroit?

A City in Remission: Can the “Grand Bargain” Revive Detroit?

January 07, 2017


Cities of Dexter and Chelsea Take Stand against Proposed Amendment to Tax Law

By Melinda Baird, melindathesuntimenews@gmail.com The definition of charity is at the heart of Michigan draft senate bill now dead, to the relief of at least two...

January 05, 2017

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