Nonprofit news from around the web: Nov. 27 – Dec. 1, 2017

Written on Nov 27, 2017

In case you missed them, here are some recent interesting nonprofit news items from around the web.

Barriers to mission financing: Not all nonprofit money is created equal
New reports point the way toward financial and creative freedom for culturally specific nonprofits.

Does journalism's past hold clues to nonprofits' futures?
The last 15 years have been hard on journalism. Alternatives to expensive, well-sourced news abound. Trends seem to be heading in the same direction for nonprofits.

Long live the learning: A year-round content strategy
The valuable knowledge delivered at your conferences deserves a life that lasts longer than a few days. From livestreaming and hashtags to webinars and podcasts, associations are getting savvier at making conference wisdom part of a year-round content strategy that adds value for attendees and engages a wider audience.

Audits for nonprofits required in some circumstances
How does a nonprofit organization decide when it needs to have an audit? Certain organizations may be required to have an audit for these reasons.

Tech Corner - Tech-training apprenticeship expanding to Ohio, 3 other states
A nonprofit apprenticeship that puts novices in junior software and technology jobs is expanding to Ohio with the help of a $7.5 million federal grant. The program will set up chapters in Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati, but the office locations and local hiring partners are not yet announced.

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