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It’s About Time BLK ED Network Launches to Color in the Gap with Black Nonprofit Executives. BALTIMORE, MD – June 9, 2021, marks the Black Executive Director’s Network (BLK ED) launch, the first national membership-based community designed to address the systemic issues and inequities faced by Black executive directors in the nonprofit sector. Only 10% out of […]

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The WORK NOW Act (S. 740 and H.R. 1987) is a temporary grants program that would inject $50 billion into public-serving nonprofits to enable them to pay the wages, salaries, and benefits of either existing employees or new employees. Most of the funds would be allocated through state, Tribal, and local governments. This legislation is a priority of the […]

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The Maryland Nonprofits 2021 Annual Conference (#MANOAC21) will be presented virtually on October 20-21, 2021. The conference is presented in partnership with Maryland Association of Resources for Families and Youth (MARFY), Maryland Latinos Unidos (MLU), Maryland Philanthropy Network, and the Governor’s Grants Office. This year’s conference theme, “Preparing for Growth” encourages nonprofit leaders to be […]

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On March 16, 2021, Governor Hogan received a letter from Maryland Nonprofits and Maryland Latinos Unidos signed by more than 500 signatories, including 221 organizations and 287 individuals. The letter urges more equitable vaccine access across the state and requests that nonprofits have a role in the distribution process.

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The 2021 Maryland Nonprofits Salary and Benefits Survey is now open! The Salary Survey gives a picture of current trends in employee compensation and benefits practices in Maryland’s nonprofit sector. Please complete the Salary Survey today!

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Maryland Nonprofits plans to submit testimony on HB1210, which is being heard in the House Economic Matters Committee this Wednesday, Feb. 24. We recognize and will point out numerous questions and concerns shared with us individually or in an online discussion convening 150 organizations that we held on Friday, February 19. These questions include but are […]

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Progress on vaccinating Marylanders is lagging statewide, and even worse among some of the most affected areas and groups. A State Senate Workgroup is monitoring the problem with state officials on a weekly basis. Please sign-on to our letter asking Governor Hogan for more equitable vaccine access across the state. 

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Contact: Kat LaTour Marketing and Communications Assistant, Standards for Excellence Institute® klatour@standardsforexcellence.org Baltimore, MD – December 18, 2020 The Standards for Excellence Institute, an initiative designed to help nonprofit organizations operate more ethically and accountably, announces its 2020 Class of Licensed Consultants. Twenty-nine class members hailing from various regions of the country completed the intensive, […]

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Maryland Latinos Unidos, una nueva organización estatal que tiene el objetivo de abordar temas de especial interés para las comunidades latinas e inmigrantes de Maryland, contrató a la Dra. Gabriela Lemus como su primera directora ejecutiva.

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Maryland Latinos Unidos (MLU), a new statewide organization with the goal of addressing issues of special concern to Maryland’s Latino and immigrant communities, has hired its first executive director, Dr. Gabriela Lemus.

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