Nonprofit Leaders Unsure of What to Expect Over Next Four Years

The Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership holds public policy meetings that, despite its 400 member organizations, usually only attract about 30 nonprofit leaders. Their meeting in December 2016 however, brought in 85 people. Their top concern? What the incoming presidential administration would mean for nonprofits in the Pittsburgh area, as well as the rest of the […]

Nonprofits Need to Adapt to the New Political Climate

Republicans now control not only the White House, but the House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as 33 governorships and, most likely, the Supreme Court in a short amount of time. President-elect Trump has proposed or appointed a number of individuals who have made known their desire to end or drastically curtail many […]