Why Should We Care About Tax Policy?

Why Should We Care About Tax Policy? Written in collaboration with Kyle Caldwell (Johnson Center for Philanthropy), Donna Murray-Brown (Michigan Nonprofit Association), and Rob Collier (Council of Michigan Foundations). There is no shortage of news about taxes. Presidential elections bring out discussions on budgets, deficits, debt, and taxes. They raise the question for

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Design for the Greater Good

Design for the Greater Good KCAD and GVSU’S Johnson Center for Philanthropy Partner to Empower Nonprofit Innovation Through Human Centered Design Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University (KCAD) and Grand Valley State University’s Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy have gained a key partner in their mission

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Retain your donors and staunch the high turnover of fundraising staff

Retain your donors and staunch the high turnover of fundraising staff By Terry Horton, senior program advisor to Philanthropic and Nonprofit Services at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy Penelope Burk tackles how to retain your donors and how to staunch the high-turnover of fundraising staff in nonprofit organizations. In June,

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Nonprofit Studies and Civil Society

Nonprofit Studies and Civil Society by Dr. Salvatore Alaimo, assistant professor, School of Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration There are now approximately 200 graduate programs across the United States that focus on studying nonprofit organizations and philanthropy. Many of them reside within public administration schools or programs with some in

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