nonprofit organization

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Noun1.nonprofit organization - an organization chartered for other than profit-making activities
organization, organisation - the act of organizing a business or an activity related to a business; "he was brought in to supervise the organization of a new department"
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Nonprofit organizations have to focus on their mission and people, be aware of client needs and expectations and need to create new values and social innovations.
Many of today's African American, arts-related nonprofit organizations have a hard time striking a balance between their art and business.
In the more than three years since September 11, many nonprofit organizations are still dealing with decreases in charitable giving and conference registrations.
Within the long term care community, 5,600 facilities identify themselves as nonprofit organizations affiliated with the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA).
AT&T Cares is a company-sponsored program that encourages employees to take a day off to volunteer their time to nonprofit organizations in their communities.
In fact, Wyatt's new Directors and Officers Liability Survey for Nonprofit Organizations reveals that 85 percent of surveyed nonprofit organizations compared to 80 percent of for-profit corporations reported having D&O insurance.
NASDAQ:KNTA) provides an online solution to help nonprofit organizations deliver The Giving Experience[TM] to donors - including providing convenience, financial transparency, feedback about the social impact of their gifts, and a sense of belonging and appreciation.
95); Operating Grants for Nonprofit Organizations 2005 (Oryx Press; $44.
Nonprofit organizations meet their needs through debt and/or philanthropic efforts, such as capital campaigns.
The sale of fireworks for the Fourth of July can be a big moneymaker for nonprofit organizations in Fillmore, but their use 30 miles away in Santa Clarita draws concern from local authorities.
Providing retirement benefits to key employees of nonprofit organizations has become more difficult after 1993.
Nasdaq:KNTA) provides an online solution to help nonprofit organizations deliver The Giving Experience[TM] to donors -- providing giving convenience, financial transparency, feedback about the social impact of their gifts, and a sense of belonging and appreciation.

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