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Nonprofits brace for budget cuts

Walter W. Stockton, CEO of Manorville-based Independent Group Home Living, believes his group dodged a bullet last year when it experienced only a small cut in Medicaid funding, including allowances for inflation.

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Nonprofits try to avoid scams

Claims that Bernard Madoff defrauded investors — including many charities — out of $50 billion may be have been exaggerated, but his Ponzi scheme provided a “big wake-up call for the nonprofit industry,” according to Mathew Berger ...

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Nonprofits push for change in down times

It’s a paradox, some in the non-profit sector say: In rough economic times, when demand for their services is highest, their ability to fund those services is at its most limited.

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