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  • noun Plural form of nonprofit.

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Examples

  • OVERBY: The deal with the nonprofits is most of them are organized as what are called social welfare organizations under the tax law.

    Tracking The Money Spent On Campaign Ads

  • OVERBY: The deal with the nonprofits is most of them are organized as what are called social welfare organizations under the tax law.

    Tracking The Money Spent On Campaign Ads

  • Folks behave similarly in nonprofits where the top executives spend thousands and tens of thousands of donor dollars on various little personal luxuries for themselves and family, have their accountant mark it as "gas" under "travel" expenses on the balance sheet, and then hide behind the mission of the nonprofit once an outside skeptic questions their behavior.

    Saltzman looking for easy way out on Paulson stadiums? (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Chairman Max Baucus already has asked the IRS to investigate whether certain nonprofits are abusing their tax status.

    Ciara Torres-Spelliscy: The Apocryphal Midterm Election

  • The typical spend rate for endowed nonprofits is in the five-percent range.

    Matthew Yglesias » Newspapers Without Profits

  • Sorry, Matt, but the pittance paid to junior employees in politically-oriented nonprofits is actually above market.

    Matthew Yglesias » Serve the Servants

  • Nonprofit: I'm particularly interested in nonprofits that address economic disadvantage, labor issues, immigration issues, and the environment.

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  • Nonprofit: I'm particularly interested in nonprofits that address economic disadvantage, labor issues, immigration issues, and the environment.

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  • Both GuideStar and CharityNavigator are working hard on ways to measure the actual effectiveness of nonprofits, which is hard to do, but you really need that to make sure your money gets the job done.

    Craig Newmark: How to find good, effective nonprofits

  • [Workshop co-founder and president] Thom Clark recognized the need for a one-stop-shopping information resource for nonprofit communicators to level the playing field for those without means, namely nonprofits and community organizations.

    Mike Doyle: Guidebook for a Media Meltdown

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