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Kentucky Nonprofit Expands Program, Connecting Tech-Savvy Teens with Local Organizations

A Kentucky nonprofit is making strides in bridging the gap between technology and community service. The organization, which matches teenagers with local organizations in need of tech assistance, has recently expanded its program to reach more areas in the state. This initiative not only provides valuable support to organizations, but also gives teens the opportunity to gain real-world experience and make a positive impact in their communities. Source: wdrb.com


OpenAI's Nonprofit Arm Reportedly Generated $45,000 in Revenue Last Year

According to a recent report from CNBC, OpenAI's nonprofit arm, which is valued at $86 billion, only generated $45,000 in revenue last year. This revenue was primarily from investment income and was reported in the organization's 990 filing with the IRS. While this may seem like a small amount compared to their valuation, it is important to note that nonprofits are not required to provide audited financial statements. This information raises questions about the financial stability and sustainability of the organization.


Nonprofit Pays Off Mortgage for Family of Fallen Georgia Tech Officer

A nonprofit organization has stepped up to help the family of a Georgia Tech officer who tragically lost his life in the line of duty. The organization, which wishes to remain anonymous, paid off the mortgage for the family's home, providing them with some much-needed financial relief. The officer, who was a beloved member of the community, was killed while responding to a call on campus. This act of kindness has touched the hearts of many and serves as a reminder of the selflessness and generosity that exists in our world.


Discover How Nonprofits Can Bridge the Generational Gap in Philanthropy

In the world of philanthropy, a new challenge has emerged for nonprofits: how to engage and activate younger generations in giving. According to Forbes, this generational shift is presenting both an exciting and complex challenge for nonprofits to overcome. Historically, Baby Boomers have been the driving force behind charitable causes, but as Millennials and Gen-Z become more involved in philanthropy, nonprofits must adapt their strategies to appeal to these younger generations.


Nonprofits Can Now Take Advantage of AI with Social Enterprise Greenhouse Partnership

Social Enterprise Greenhouse has recently announced a partnership that seeks to help nonprofits take advantage of artificial intelligence (AI). This partnership will provide nonprofits with the resources and tools they need to make use of AI and stay ahead of the competition. It is hoped that this partnership will help nonprofits to become more efficient and effective in their operations.


Raising Funds in Turbulent Times: A Guide to Nonprofit Success

Bill Stanczykiewicz, senior assistant dean for external relations at Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, discussed the latest sector trends in his keynote session, “Fundraising in Turbulent Times” at the Nonprofit POWER event in Baltimore, Maryland. He discussed how the looming economic recession predicted for 2023 may not happen, but similar predictions are being made for 2024. Stanczykiewicz shared tips on how to fundraise during turbulent times, such as developing a comprehensive strategy, understanding donor behavior, and leveraging technology.


Nonprofit Leaders Unite to Bridge Digital Divide

More than 30 nonprofit and community leaders gathered at the South Burlington Public Library on December 1st to discuss digital inequity and launch the Microsoft TechSpark partnership in Vermont. The event was hosted by Williston-based nonprofit Technology for Tomorrow. Enrollment is now open for free digital literacy courses to be offered in 2024. Microsoft TechSpark is a program that aims to bridge the digital divide by providing free courses to those in need. The 10-week basic digital literacy and 10-week introduction to AI courses will be offered January-March at the South Burlington Public Library. The courses are free and participants will come from local nonprofit organizations.


Discover the Benefits of CharityHowTo's Unique Ecosystem of Brands

CharityHowTo is a unique ecosystem of brands that offers nonprofit professionals access to incredible services and resources. The platform provides a variety of tools and resources to help nonprofit professionals succeed, such as watchlists, portfolio markets, chartbooks, calendars, and more. Additionally, CharityHowTo offers news, earnings, and economic updates, as well as personal finance news and crypto news. Furthermore, the platform provides users with research reports, investment ideas, webinars, and screeners. With all of these features, CharityHowTo is an invaluable resource for nonprofit professionals.


Why the OpenAI-Sam Altman Drama is Making Waves

Recently, GZERO Media Home reported on the drama between OpenAI and Sam Altman. OpenAI is a research laboratory that focuses on artificial intelligence, while Sam Altman is the president of Y Combinator, a startup accelerator. The two have been at odds over the direction of OpenAI, with Altman wanting to focus on commercialization while OpenAI's board of directors wants to remain non-profit. This disagreement has caused a stir in the tech world and has many people wondering what the future holds for OpenAI.


Learn How to Strengthen Nonprofits Through Education!

The Estes Park Trail-Gazette recently reported on the importance of strengthening local nonprofits through educational programming. This article discussed how local nonprofits can benefit from educational programming, such as seminars and workshops, to help them reach their goals. It also highlighted the importance of providing resources and support to these organizations. The article concluded by emphasizing the need for collaboration between local nonprofits and educational institutions to ensure that these programs are successful.


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