Vacaville Teen Taking Steps To Start Nonprofit Helping Athletes Get ShoesAt the time, her family couldn’t get a new pair of shoes, but the Boys and Girls club stepped up with a scholarship and bought her a colorful pair of Nikes she says got the job done.
Local Nonprofit Receives $100,000 Grant To Help Low-Income Families Own HomesA local non-profit is now in the business of hope by helping low-income families in the market to buy a home.
Call Kurtis: Another Complaint Alleging Thousands in Ridiculous Machine Rental FeesAnother customer of Utah company Credit Card Machine Rentals is complaining over what it considers ridiculous fees. It comes after the Sacramento Valley Susan G. Komen for the Cure called Kurtis saying they were hit with a $16,000 bill.
Legislation Questions Hospitals' Nonprofit StatusSome of California's most powerful unions are pressuring nonprofit hospitals to prove that they provide enough charitable care to justify their tax-exempt status.
New Legislation Would Force Nonprofit Hospitals To Disclose Charity Care SpendingAt a time their CEOs are earning record salaries, a proposed law would force California nonprofit hospitals to clearly explain their charity work to determine if enough money is really being spent on charity care.
Nonprofit Jobs Offer Benefits Not Found In For-Profit WorldSacramento's nonprofit jobs sector is large, growing and, in some cases, lucrative.
Scholarships In Sacramento Making A DifferenceTake advantage of scholarships offered to Sacramento students to forgo debilitating student loans.
Becoming Senior Management In Sacramento: A Recruiter's AdviceDo you have what it takes to be senior management? If so, now is the time to act.
Call Kurtis: Charity Charged $16K In Fees After Renting Credit Card MachinesThe Sacramento Valley's Susan G. Komen For The Cure organization was hit with $16,628 in surprising charges after renting credit card machines. The non-profit called Kurtis when they couldn't get their money back.
Lawmakers Vote To Let Nonprofits Run State ParksWith budget cuts threatening to force the shutdown of 70 California state parks, the state Assembly has unanimously approved legislation making it easier for nonprofit groups to take over operations at some parks.