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March is Women’s History Month! The Future is Latina – or is it?

March is Women’s History Month! The Future is Latina – or is it?

¡En marzo le damos la bienvenida al mes de la historia de la mujer! Welcome to Women’s History Month – when for a moment, we consider the contributions that women have made during their lifetimes. Yet, few women appear in history books and even fewer Latinas....

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$478 million Revenue Reduction The State’s Financial Picture Remains Healthy, But Hopes for Further Budget Additions are Dashed

$478 million Revenue Reduction The State’s Financial Picture Remains Healthy, But Hopes for Further Budget Additions are Dashed

Last Thursday, March 9, the state Board of Revenue Estimates provided its “March estimate.” This revises the previous estimate from December, which provided the basis for the Governor to balance the proposed budget. The March estimate provides an updated basis for the...

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Why Digital Tools are Essential to Nonprofit Fundraising

Why Digital Tools are Essential to Nonprofit Fundraising

Fundraising is the bread and butter of nonprofit organizations. Charitable contributions help fund programming, operational expenses, and more. They’re the key to success for any charity. But not all fundraising tactics are the same—some are far more effective than...

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Nonprofit advocates testify in support of $100 million Nonprofit Sustainability Fund

Nonprofit advocates testify in support of $100 million Nonprofit Sustainability Fund

Nonprofit advocates presented in-person, virtual, and written testimony in support of House Bill 1226 during the Maryland House of Delegates Appropriations Committee hearing yesterday.

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Member Spotlight: Creative Nomads

Member Spotlight: Creative Nomads

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are thrilled to highlight the incredible work of Maryland Nonprofits member Creative Nomads, a young and growing, Black woman-led arts nonprofit that strives to provide access to arts education and programming for youth and families.

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George Mason University publishes refreshing nonprofit workforce data: Nonprofits Estimated to Have Recovered COVID Pandemic-Related Job Losses as of December 2022

George Mason University publishes refreshing nonprofit workforce data: Nonprofits Estimated to Have Recovered COVID Pandemic-Related Job Losses as of December 2022

New data suggests that nonprofit employment is estimated to have recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Black Nonprofits in Maryland from A-Z

Black Nonprofits in Maryland from A-Z

In honor of Black History Month, we're giving you Black-led and Black community serving nonprofits in Maryland from A-Z!

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Your advocacy is effective! – Nonprofit Sustainability Fund (HB 1226)

Your advocacy is effective! – Nonprofit Sustainability Fund (HB 1226)

More than 634 organizations and individuals have signed on in support of the bill HB 1226, and more joining each day.

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Education, Healthcare, and the Environment: Making our Communities Stronger

In order to enact systems change at the local- and state levels, there must be a clear understanding of where we find ourselves today. What works well and can be expanded? What doesn’t work well? Where are there gaps that need filling? What are the most important ones...

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Maryland Nonprofits partners with Black Executive Directors Network for new member benefit

Maryland Nonprofits partners with Black Executive Directors Network for new member benefit

Learn about our partnership with the BLK ED Network, and what this means for Maryland Nonprofits' members.

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