Impact of Budget Impasse Spreads; Non-Profits, Taxpayers Could Foot the BillThey're finding the situation more dire than state legislators, who have continued to get paid through the stand-off, but even the legislature may run out of money for paychecks if a resolution is not reached soon.
Donate To A Gardening Non-ProfitIf you can manage it, why not make a donation to your favorite garden non-profit group? There may be a benefit to both you and the non-profit!
Volunteering Trends Bring Good NewsMore than 63 million people volunteered through organizations between September 2012 and September 2013.
Advocating For Those In NeedHIAS, the oldest international migration service in the nation, recently worked with a group of Bhutanese refugees in Philadelphia so they could literally put down roots.
Philadelphia Non-Profits Get Helping Hand From CatchafireCatchafire has come to Philadelphia to do two things: bring great affordable talent to the nonprofit sector and provide volunteers with meaningful and impactful experiences.
Non-Profits To Take A Hit In Proposed Montgomery County BudgetThe $411-million spending plan slashes nearly $1-million in earmarks to social service agencies and non-profits. Public hearings are scheduled for today.
What 'Do Not Call' Really MeansIf you signed up for the National Do Not Call Registry, you might have believed - reasonably - that you wouldn’t get unsolicited calls, but there are many exceptions.
Stigall Show Log 5.16.12Chris reviews the Phillies big extra inning win yesterday and the interesting choices that some local news rooms are making during sweeps week. He talks to Buzz Bissinger about his book Father's Day, CBS 3's Ben Simoneau about the PA LCB wasting tax payer dollars and to the Philly Post's Tom McGrath about Jay-Z's Labor Day concert on the Parkway.
Montgomery County Company Donates More Than $170,000 To Local Non-ProfitsUnivest Corporation has handed out more than $170,000 in just the first round of its new “Committed to Local” grant-making program.
Terracycle.netTerracycle.net turns your garbage into goods by doing what it calls “upcycling,” or turning those goods into new products.