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Arkansas Nonprofits Hold Breath For Year-End This article is available only in print.

Arkansas Nonprofits Hold Breath For Year-End
Sonya Murphy, CEO of Camp Aldersgate in Little Rock, is waiting to see what effect changes in the tax code might have on charitable giving.

As a result of changes to the federal tax code, donations to charities are expected to fall by $13.1 billion annually in the United States, according to a May 2017 study by the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University.
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Fundraising Campaigns Fuel Higher Ed in Arkansas This article is available only in print.

Politicians and university officials have learned that being in constant campaign mode is almost an occupational requirement.
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UAMS' BioVentures Goes Nonprofit This article is available only in print.

BioVentures converted to a nonprofit last year to become more competitive with private companies and other universities commercializing new technology.
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PotlatchDeltic Sells Lake Maumelle Tract for $3.6 Million This article is available only in print.

A 380-acre tract in west Pulaski County, a portfolio of 22 rental properties in and near Conway, 11 duplexes in Bryant and a 19-unit apartment project in west Little Rock form this week's quartet of million-dollar real estate transactions. read more >

Fate of Arkansas Public Media Illustrates Struggles Facing Nonprofit Coverage Model

Bobby Ampezzan didn't learn he was on the firing line till August, but he knew his nonprofit Arkansas Public Media project was in trouble when an 11th-hour appeal for additional national grant money crashed. Spectacularly. read more >

Total Charitable Giving in the U.S. Crosses $400 Billion in 2017

Giving exceeded $400 billion in a single year for the first time, rising 5.2 percent last year — 3 percent adjusted for inflation — over the $389.64 contributed in 2016. read more >

CARTI Sees Improvement In Finances

Adam Head, CARTI's president and CEO said the Little Rock cancer treatment center's financial improvement for the fiscal year that ended June 30 should be defined as a “transformation." read more >

Two TRG Properties Add Up to $6.8M Sale (Real Deals) This article is available only in print.

Alter Trading Corp. of St. Louis purchased the Tenenbaum Recycling Group's 71,000-SF complex at 4500 Bethany Road for $4.04 million and its 42,968-SF facility at 2601 Central Airport Road for $2.77 million. read more >

Hot Springs So Real You Feel Virtual Steam

A two-part production, “Hot Springs: The Experience of a Lifetime" is the centerpiece of Arkansas' first VR tourism campaign. read more >

5 Tips for an Effective Email (Sarah Clements Expert Advice)

Because email has become so popular, it is important to get the most out of your message. Follow these five tips to help construct an effective message. read more >

Lieven Bertels Takes The Momentary Leap of Creating

In August 2017, Lieven Bertels was named director of the Momentary, a new contemporary arts venue by Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art that is set to open in 2020. read more >

Winthrop Rockefeller Institute Funded by $100M Endowment

The University of Arkansas System and the University of Arkansas Winthrop Rockefeller Institute announced Friday the Governor Winthrop Rockefeller Endowment, a gift of more than $100 million from the Winthrop Rockefeller Charitable Trust that will continue to fund the institute in perpetuity. read more >

Arkansas Public Media Soldiers On

Don't mourn the complete loss of Arkansas Public Media, the statewide news collaboration of the state's public radio stations whose major grant funding ran out at the end of September. read more >

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