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NAO joined Independent Sector to comment on proposed IRS regulations that would redefine the rules for political activity by tax-exempt organizations. Over 100 organizations signed the letter, available here. It was submitted February 27, 2014 at the end of the public comment period.
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Reflections from Jim White
Record snow, sheets of rain, wind storms, and hail--Oregon is facing a February like few on record. Experience is showing that weather phenomena are becoming more frequent and more powerful; a shift has occurred in the paradigm for our weather here in Oregon and across the world.
The same can be said about a shift sustained by the nonprofit sector. In his February 10, 2014 article "Transforming Our Anti-Social Sector" in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Tris Lumley challenges us all to think differently about how we affect social impact. Can we afford to simply double-down on strategies that have helped us weather the storms of these past years? Or should we start developing shared indicators for social impact across the private, public, and nonprofit sectors?
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