nonprofit-issues

Pennsylvania musician asks U.S. Supreme Court to decide if he has to pay union dues

BY: - November 10, 2023

A Lehigh Valley percussionist has asked the Supreme Court to decide whether government-funded nonprofit workers can opt out of union dues.

A section of North Broad Street in Philadelphia

Darrin W. Anderson is the new president, CEO of the Urban League of Philadelphia

BY: - April 13, 2023

Anderson who recently served as CEO of the New Jersey YMCA State Alliance.

COMMENTARY

Here’s how one Pa. company is giving back during the pandemic with the flip of a switch | Opinion

BY: - May 16, 2021

By Mike Starck March 16, 2020. The day the Stay-at-Home order took effect in the Delaware Valley. That day will likely remain a vivid memory of just how drastically our lives can change in an instant. While many of us were able to transition to remote work, not everyone could. Nowhere has this been more […]

Charitable giving jumps in 2020 | The Numbers Racket

BY: - December 28, 2020

A report conducted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Center for Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the Urban Institute, shows that charitable giving increased by 7.5 percent in the first half of 2020. 

Fayette County Association for the Blind assists visually impaired during pandemic | Helping the Helpers

BY: - December 24, 2020

Some of the items they provide are computers and closed circuit televisions, which have a magnifier with different magnification levels that can show those who have low vision what they can’t normally see.

Helping Hands in Masontown needs help from new volunteers | Helping the Helpers

BY: - December 22, 2020

Greg Lofstead is worried about the ticking time bomb that may be facing people who have had a moratorium on unpaid utility bills during the pandemic.

Former Central School to help women, children in need | Helping the Helpers

BY: - December 21, 2020

Typically, Joel 2 Missions would host fundraisers to help meet financial goals; however, like many other nonprofits, they found themselves unable to do anything in-person this year.

Loving Daniel helps families through infant loss | Helping the Helpers

BY: - December 20, 2020

The nonprofit organization Loving Daniel, based in Uniontown, started with one family's devastating loss, but has led them to help hundreds of others through similar pain.

SWPA’s Crosskeys Human Services — providing meals and other services to clients since 1975

BY: - December 18, 2020

Crosskeys Human Services Inc. has and still is continuing to serve the Brownsville and Republic seniors as well as those in need of mental health services in the area.

Connellsville Area Community Ministries helps those who need support | Helping the Helpers

BY: - December 17, 2020

One of the bigger food banks in Fayette County, CACM's serves between 250 and 350 families monthly, Reamer said.

Uniontown’s St. Vincent de Paul Society continues to help the community | Helping the Helpers

BY: - December 16, 2020

The St. Vincent de Paul Society in Uniontown has continued to serve clients, including those who have emergency needs created by the pandemic.

Albert Gallatin Human Services Agency helping seniors through pandemic | Helping the Helpers

BY: - December 15, 2020

Despite the rising number of COVID-19 cases, Albert Gallatin Human Services Agency is still helping seniors stay in touch by sending cards, giving people puzzles to take home with them, offering virtual Bingo sessions and delivering meals five days a week.