News Impacting the Nonprofit Human Service Sector
The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities serves as a national radar system for its members, keeping them informed about changes, challenges, and opportunities in the nonprofit human service sector.
Organizations recently received their first quarter unemployment tax notices from their states. Did this make you wonder about the gap between what your organization pays in taxes and you’re its former employees actually collect in unemployment benefits? Last year, after evaluating more than 185 eligible nonprofit organizations, UST found they were losing a combined $4,781,957.
In recognition of National Volunteer Week, April 23-29, the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities acknowledges and thanks the many volunteers who are active throughout our broad network. Our members and communities are stronger because of the volunteers who lend their time, talent, and voices to support our missions. Join the Alliance in celebrating the impact of volunteer service on our communities. The local events and social media conversations that take place during this week demonstrate that service brings people together to tackle tough challenges, create change, and build stronger, more vibrant communities.
Systems for Action (S4A) is a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that studies novel ways of aligning the delivery and financing systems that support a Culture of Health.
The National Center for Innovation and Excellence, together with Alliance for Strong Families and Communities member Brevard Family Partnership and Brevard C.A.R.E.S., is hosting an intensive wraparound training institute May 15-18, 2017 in Melbourne, Florida.
The Community Letter in Support of Nonpartisanship, signed by the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, members of the Alliance strategic action network, and thousands of social sector organizations, is being delivered to members of Congress today. The letter urges Congress to maintain the current law that protects 501(c)(3) organizations from divisive partisan politics. The provision is often referred to as the “Johnson Amendment.”