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AP African American Studies will introduce a new generation of students to the amazingly rich cultural, artistic and political contributions of African Americans, said Trevor Packer, the College Boards senior vice president of AP and instruction.
The family claims A Paw and A Prayer Dog Rescue has their dog and will not give it back.
Today, Governor Brian P. Kemp signed four bills designed to strengthen and enhance Georgias robust workforce. The legislation includesHB 1435, which provides needs-based financial aid to eligible higher education students who experience a gap in their tuition funding;SB 397, which recognizes all other state approved high school equivalency programs in Georgia and extends a voucher 
My family of four has been all over the world, from road trips all over the US to 20 countries internationally. My two young kids help plan our trips.
Tater Tot’s foster carer confirmed the sad news, writing: “He has left his paw prints on my heart, and I hope he left some tiny ones on yours.”
Oasis Opportunities unveiled their pop-up shop van at Chamberlain High School, which hopes to provide students in need more access to clothing.
Peoria nonprofit releases statement on the state budget address.
A New Zealand charity which trains and manages assistance dogs says its waitlist is “growing every day”, and more funding and volunteers are needed.Assistance Dogs New Zealand Trust (ADNZT) breeds, trains, and certifies dogs to help children and young adults with special needs, such as autism.ADNZT’s Fundraising & Communications Manager Kendra van der Linden says the dogs provide companionship, confidence and security, and are trained to be a perfect fit for their human.13-year-old Natalie – who has epilepsy, autism and an intellectual disability – got assistance dog Rufus about three years ago.“If she does have a seizure, Rufus calms and comforts her,” Natalie’s mum Phillipa says. “He’s really intuitive and comes and has a bit of a snuggle, so that’s nice – but really his main job is keeping her safe.”The organisation currently has 31 working dogs placed around the country, but its waitlist for a dog has grown to more than 50.Being a not-for-profit organisation, ADNZT is heavily reliant on fundraising and sponsorship to reach that goal – some of which is done by the families who receive the dogs, but most comes from partnerships and corporate sponsorship.“Some of our main supporters are the Lindsay Foundation, Hill’s Pet Nutrition … we also have the Scarlet Trust, and of course the ANZ Staff Foundation, which has come on board to support the purchase of a puppy development vehicle,” Kendra says.The ANZ Staff Foundation’s $25,000 donation will provide transport for the Trust’s operations in Christchurch.
On this episode we dissect the top 10 questions that potential donors often ponder but may not always vocalize. Meredith Terrain, from Fundraising Academy, takes us into the nuances of donor inquiries, shedding light on the critical yet unspoken questions that shape people’s philanthropic decisions. This part one covers the first five questions. Meredith kicks off the discussion by emphasizing the paramount importance of truly understanding what your organization does. She explains, "It is not just about reciting a mission statement; donors seek to comprehend the tangible impact and the demographic served." Throughout the conversation, Meredith emphasizes the worthiness of crafting a compelling case statement that encapsulates both qualitative and quantitative aspects of the nonprofit's work. The hosts and Meredith navigate through various donor concerns, ranging from the time commitment expected from donors to the transparency surrounding financial contributions, underscoring the need for honesty and transparency in communicating the anticipated time investment, as well as the intention to solicit financial support. As the conversation progresses, intricate layers of donor psychology are revealed, delving into questions surrounding the uniqueness of the organization's mission. Meredith points to the importance of articulating what sets the nonprofit apart, employing emotional appeals, logical reasoning, and credible evidence to bolster the case. In a conclusion that will make you really think, Meredith reflects on the multifaceted nature of donor inquiries, acknowledging the broader implications for funders, policymakers, and prospective board members. These first five questions will give you a great start to your conversations with donors. Part two will help fill your basket to the top. #fundraisingtips #nonprofitfundraising #donors
A new nonprofit theater company is set to debut the classic play Camelot in Tucson. It’s the first time it’s been brought to a local stage in nearly two decades.
Multiple Austin-area locations are providing these services now through tax day.