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June Nonprofit Events in New York City

Future Leaders in Philanthropy recommends events in New York City. Meet, greet and network with other nonprofit professionals in the city.

FLiP meets Lindsay Siegel

FliP meets Lindsay Siegel, a founding member of the New York City and New Haven chapters of Dining for Women, a national organization that raises over $400,000 a year for grassroots nonprofits that support women and girls in developing countries. Lindsay sat down with FLiP to discuss her own background, Dining for Women, and why being involved in fundraising for non-profits is about more than raising money.

January Nonprofit Events in New York

Future Leaders in Philanthropy recommends events in New York City. Meet, greet and network with other nonprofit professionals in the city.

November Nonprofit Events in New York

Future Leaders in Philanthropy recommends events in New York City. Meet, greet and network with other nonprofit professionals in the city.

FLiP Recommends: Nonprofit Events for October

Future Leaders in Philanthropy recommends seven nonprofit events in New York City. Meet, greet and network with other nonprofit professionals in the city.

Beyond Cause Marketing Summit 2011

Last week, the Beyond Cause Marketing Summit met as part of the Future M week program. Marketers, innovators and thought leaders gathered for a day of workshops, one:one conversations and discussion led by a group of cause marketing experts. FLiP shares key takeaways from the conference.

September Nonprofit Events in New York City

Future Leaders in Philanthropy recommends seven nonprofit events in New York City. Meet, greet and network with other nonprofit professionals in the city.

IRS Tax Status Revocations and Shifting Requirements for Nonprofits

On June 8th, the Internal Revenue Service announced 275,000 nonprofits had lost their tax-exempt status because they did not file legally required documents for three consecutive years. This, among other top nonprofit stories will be the focus of Jason Simons research and analysis this summer as Changing Our World’s Public Finance Fellow.

YNPN DC’s 2011 Annual Conference: Learn for a Day, Lead for a Lifetime

On June 3rd, more than 200 young professionals came together at the Washington Convention Center to share stories, learn new strategies, and gain new skills. The YNPN DC Annual Conference provided young nonprofit professionals across the DC metro-area an opportunity to gain insight from emerging leaders and a chance to share best practices with colleagues.

Starting a Nonprofit – From Believing to Succeeding

Outdoors For A Cause (OFAC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that brings together outdoor activities, such as running, triathlons, or hiking, and raising money for charitable organizations. OFAC’s founder, Karen Lewis, writes for FLiP about her experience with founding a nonprofit organization, the challenges she’s faced, and the resources she’s found helpful.