Nonprofit news from around the web: Dec. 11 – 15, 2017

Written on Dec 14, 2017

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

Tax reform bills pinch nonprofit hospitals with pricier debt
Although each chamber's bill would impose new restrictions on tax-exempt bonds, the House version would be stricter.

Considering the role of crowdfunding in the philanthropic landscape
The rapid rise of crowdfunding sites may force nonprofits to adapt their strategies.

What’s next in association learning?
Do your education offerings deliver what you want them to? If you're looking to reinvigorate your professional development program in 2018, current trends suggest that opportunities lie in assessing what you're trying to accomplish, harnessing data, rethinking content and delivery and trying some unconventional approaches.

Return path offers email benchmarks and strategic guidance for nonprofit marketers
A new report shares high level advice and practical tips to help nonprofits reach their advocates and drive results with email.

Tech Corner - Should I leave my laptop plugged in all the time?
Should you leave your laptop plugged in and charging when you’re not on-the-go? What’s best for the battery? It’s a tough question, and there are quite a few contradictory recommendations out there.

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