Are you a recent college graduate of any level with loans that you have no idea how to pay off? You might be able to have your loans forgiven if you work for a nonprofit or government organization!
(BALTIMORE) —Gov. Larry Hogan announced on January 18, 2022, that open enrollment will continue on Maryland Health Connection through February in light of the ongoing public health emergency. A record number of Marylanders – 181,603 – have enrolled in coverage for 2022 through the state’s health insurance marketplace. A surge of new enrollees fueled the […]
Treasury’s New Final Rule Replaces The Interim Rule From Last May On January 6, the US Treasury Department released the final rule for State and Local Governments’ use of ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds. The new rules are simpler and allow somewhat broader use of the funds than did the May interim rule. Even […]
It’s mid-December, and the countdowns are on: enchanted children count down the nights until a special visitor comes down the chimney, caffeine-fueled college students number the hours left to cram for final exams, tired teachers easily enumerate the days remaining until winter break, perky television personalities announce (again and again!) the minutes until the ball drops, and hopeful nonprofit leaders eagerly await a big spike in their CRM dashboard on December 30 and December 31.
Baltimore, MD – December 16, 2021; The Standards for Excellence Institute, an initiative designed to help nonprofit organizations operate more ethically and accountably, announces its 2021 Class of Licensed Consultants. Thirty-two class members hailing from various regions of the country completed the intensive, five-day virtual training seminar and can now assist nonprofits nationwide. They bring […]
Baltimore, MD / December 15, 2021 — Maryland Nonprofits is pleased to release Maryland Nonprofits by the Numbers, a joint product of Maryland Nonprofits and the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies. Developed by Chelsea L. Newhouse, manager of the Center’s Nonprofit economic Data Project, this report is the first comprehensive study of […]
At a press conference in Baltimore today, Heather Iliff, Executive Director of Maryland Nonprofits, announced that over 200 nonprofit organizations and leaders are joining to call on the state to devote at least $1 billion of the $4 billion projected budget surplus to services for families and communities affected by the Covid pandemic and its economic effects.
The Maryland Nonprofits Board of Directors elected six new members at its October 29, 2021 meeting. Joining the board for three year terms beginning January 1, 2022 are Chloe Bernardi, LCSW, LCSW-C, President & CEO of Hearts & Homes for Youth, Dirk A. Butler, President and COO of the Center for Policing Equity, The Honorable David Harrington, President of the Prince George’s Chamber of Commerce, Will Pass, Chief Financial & Operating Officer at Comprehensive Housing Assistance, Inc., Dana Vickers Shelley, Executive Director of ACLU Maryland and Duane Yoder, President of Garrett County Community Action.
Maryland Nonprofits exists to serve the nonprofit community. On this Giving Tuesday, we are taking a moment to reflect on the infinite reasons we are grateful that nonprofits in Maryland do what they do and are here for it, every day.
Maryland Nonprofits has prepared a letter on how the state’s surplus should be allocated to the diverse communities we serve and in partnership with the nonprofit sector. Maryland Nonprofits advocates that this targeted relief include extending services and benefits that address the human service needs of individual Marylanders, families and communities that have been most burdened by the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic consequences, in addition to direct cash stimulus payments.