Middleman reduces waste, keeps charities going strong

Chicago (CNN) — Even in a best of times, using a gift isn’t easy. Try doing it during a recession. “Individual giving has declined. Foundations, that give us funding, have mislaid income and can’t give what they have in a past,” pronounced Jim LoBianco, executive executive of StreetWise Inc., a Chicago nonprofit that assists group […]

Oregon’s new gift law takes taxation mangle away

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — State officials and nonprofit leaders trust Oregon is a initial state in a republic to pass a charity law that punishes nonprofits that spend too small of their income on their missions. The law will discharge state and internal taxation subsidies for charities that spend some-more than 70 percent of donations […]

Dining Services implements GoViv reusable container initiative at Cafe Viv

Reusable containers will now be offered at Frist Campus Center’s Cafe Vivian through the new GoViv program, a collaboration between Dining Services and the Greening Dining club. To participate in GoViv, customers purchase a $5 token, which can be exchanged for a reusable plastic takeout container when food is ordered. Students can then take the […]

31st Annual Catholic Charities Dinner Honors Monsignor Al Humbrecht

The Annual Dinner to advantage Catholic Charities of East Tennessee programs will be hold Thursday, Apr 25, during 6 p.m., during a Chattanooga Convention Center.  The eventuality is hosted by a Most Reverend Richard F. Stika, bishop of Knoxville, and Executive Director of Catholic Charities, Father Ragan Schriver. This annual eventuality brings together some-more than […]

PGA Championship Helping Hundreds of Local Charities – WROC

The 95th PGA Championship is only months away. On Wednesday, a PGA expelled a efforts to assistance a village beyond the competition of golf. It’s not only golf fans vehement about a 95th PGA Championship during Oak Hill Country club, though a dozens of internal charities that will also benefit from it-everything from donations to […]

Head of Catholic Charities has a passion for…

TRENTON — If we or a desired one has perceived amicable services trimming from behavioral health to puncture financial assistance, it is expected that we benefited from a work of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton and a executive executive Marlene Lao-Collins. With over 600 employees, 58 programs and an annual bill leading $40 million, Catholic […]