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December 15, 2015

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Zuckerberg's pledge reflects a new era in philanthropy

By David Crary, reporter, Associated Press

The huge philanthropic pledge by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife -- totaling perhaps $45 billion -- reflects the fast-paced emergence of a new Gilded Age of giving. The changes excite many in the charity world, but also raise questions about effectiveness, ethics and the impact on older charities that may not share in any windfall.

Foremost, there is applause for the new wave of philanthropists -- led over the past five years by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, and subsequently joined by Zuckerberg and scores of other billionaires in the United States and abroad.

The Giving Pledge, founded in 2010 by Gates and Buffet, now has 138 billionaire signatories from 15 countries who have pledged to give away more than half of their wealth. Many, including Zuckerberg, want to be personally engaged in the oversight and management of their pledged funds, and are finding nontraditional ways of leveraging them.

Amir Pasic, dean of Indiana University's Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, drew parallels between these modern-day philanthropists and those from the earlier Gilded Age, roughly a century ago, when the Carnegie, Ford and Rockefeller families pioneered a new type of charitable foundation. Read more.

Five visionary tech entrepreneurs changing the world

By Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen for The New York Times

Suppose you want to help people in struggling communities become better health care consumers. Or to try to prevent terrorist attacks using Big Data. Or to develop lab tests that cost a fraction of what most providers charge.

Do you create a business or a nonprofit?

There is no right answer. Because for a new generation of innovators, notions of what is right are different. The important questions are: What is the problem? What solutions can I develop to address it? And, can I help more people by operating as a nonprofit, founding a company, or utilizing elements of both? Read more.

Five 2016 nonprofits trends to watch

By Nell Edgington, president, Social Velocity

This is my favorite time of year. Despite the darkness of the last few months, December is often about reflecting on the year that is drawing to a close and hopes for the new one coming.

And as is my tradition on this blog, I like to look ahead at the trends that may affect the nonprofit sector in the coming year. I have never claimed to be a clairvoyant, but I am an admitted optimist, so my predictions are less about telling the future and more about wishful thinking. This year, more than ever, I want to see opportunity amid the uncertainty and the challenges we face.

So here are five things I'm really hopeful about for the nonprofit sector as we head into 2016. Read more.

Sponsor's insight

Nonprofit finance study: Challenges for nonprofit finance professionals

By Jim Simpson, CPA and director, Financial Technologies & Management

In 2013, over 1.5 million tax-exempt organizations in the U.S. reported $1.74 trillion in total revenues and $1.63 trillion in total expenses, according to the National Center for Charitable Statistics. That means nonprofits are responsible for reporting and tracking all that financial information.

In September, Abila, a nonprofit software company, set out to understand this current financial landscape and interviewed 350 nonprofit finance professionals. Specifically, they wanted to:

  • learn about the day-to-day challenges facing nonprofit finance professionals
  • define emerging trends in fund accounting and technology
  • apply how trends and challenges differ based on the organization

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People on the move

Pete Buck has been named controller at Lilly Endowment, Inc. He was previously an audit director at Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP. — Indiana Philanthropy Alliance

Hannah Kiefer has been named social media and communications specialist at Conner Prairie. She joins Conner Prairie from the Lafayette (Ind.) Journal and Courier, where she was a city watchdog reporter covering Lafayette, West Lafayette and Tippecanoe County governments. Originally from Carmel, Kiefer was a Pulliam Fellow at The Indianapolis Star.

Jason King has been hired as IFF's director of lending-Indiana. Jason served at Old National Bank for seven years as vice president, relationship manager II, corporate banker and involved in the community.

Eleven Fifty Co-Founder Nick Birch has announced he is leaving the Carmel-based nonprofit coding academy to launch a new business. Propel will focus on helping tech companies accelerate their junior software development employees. — Inside Indiana Business

John Nieto-Phillips has been appointed associate vice provost for faculty development and diversity at Indiana University Bloomington. He is an associate professor in the Department of History and the Latino Studies Program in the College of Arts and Sciences. — Inside Indiana Business

Ivy Tech Community College has appointed Brendan Aldrich to chief data officer. He most recently served as executive director of enterprise information management at City Colleges of Chicago. — Inside Indiana Business

Janice Fenn was named Rose-Hulman's first full-time director of its Center for Diversity. Fenn has 25 years of experience in implementing diversity programs for companies including Kraft Foods, Sara Lee and Quaker Oats. — Inside Indiana Business


This year's recipient of the Mitch Daniels Leadership Prize is Jim Morris, vice chairman of Pacers Sports & Entertainment and former head of the United Nations World Food Programme, in recognition of his fight against hunger and infant mortality. With the award comes a $100,000 cash award and Morris named the Indy Hunger Network the recipient.

The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP) has been awarded a $26.6 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to increase its role in transformational community development efforts across Marion County. Read more.

Junior League of Indianapolis (JLI) announced that it has awarded $100,000 in Community Assistance Grants to local nonprofit organizations. Horizons at St. Richards Episcopal School was awarded a grant of $25,000 to support 150 low-income children from Marion County so they can attend a safe, transformative, and rigorous educational summer school, tuition free. For a full list of recipients, click here.

The Boone County Mentoring Partnership received a $50,000 Impact Grant from the Community Foundation of Boone County as part of Give Boone County Week. These funds will help support youth mentoring in Boone County. Read more.

Gleaners Food Bank received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, recognizing the nonprofit's commitment to fiscal management, accountability and transparency. Read more.

A new nonprofit, ELEVATE Indianapolis (www.elevateindy.org) is partnering with Indianapolis Public Schools to provide urban youth hope and a plan for their future. Full-time ethnically diverse teacher/mentors will use a curriculum to teach high school students 13 character qualities and life skills as an elective class for credit, said Jim Shaffer, the nonprofit's president & CEO.

The Father M. Joseph McDonnell Council of the Knights of Columbus raised $3,993.88 with its Tootsie Roll Drive for Janus Developmental Services. In addition to center-based and community programs, Janus also operates Hamilton County Express Public Transportation and Riverview Health Rides.

Professional development

HR NFP Peer Group: Are you ready for the new overtime pay and salary regulation changes? In this interactive session on Jan. 21 from 8:30 to 10 a.m. learn how to prepare your organization for the proposed pay regulation changes at FirstPerson Advisory (9000 Keystone Crossing
Suite 910). For full description of this event, click here.

Indiana Evaluation Association quarterly meeting on Jan. 15 from 10:00 a.m. to noon at Girls Inc. National Resource Center (441 W. Michigan St.). Join the roundtable format to learn the highlights at the AEA annual conference. Topics will include, collaboration, evaluation and improvement framework and construct mapping for surveys. To register, click here.

2016 IUPUI Career Fair on April 6 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at IUPUI Campus Center (420 University Blvd. Room 450). Nonprofit rate: $150 early bird rate / $200 after Feb. 1. Space is limited. For more information contact Tim Scully at scullyt@iu.edu or click here.

Conversations about leadership, strategy, and collaboration with Naomi Cobb podcast. The Institute for Conservation Leadership podcast features long-form interviews and conversations with leaders in the field. Learn more.

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Volunteer opportunities

Please send your needs and donations of supplies, equipment, and furniture plus volunteer opportunities and requests to IndyNews@NotforProfitNews.com.

OBAT Helpers needs a volunteer who is skilled in InDesign to design its next annual report. The project will begin in February and work continues until October. If interested, please contact at contact@obathelpers.org.

Young adult and adult volunteers are needed for Angels & Doves anti-bully program. Priority is calling schools statewide to schedule school presentations. Minimum of one-hour weekly time commitment. The nonprofit also needs qualified board members who have a passion for educating youth and providing safe learning environments. For more information, call 317-870-1100 or email kim@angelsanddoves.com.


To submit an item, click here.

NEED: Homeless and Reentry Helpers needs men's clothing (especially large sizes) and personal hygiene items, jackets, shoes, socks, shorts, underwear, blankets and sleeping bags. Contact 317-635-0500 or Hawkins@HHOOT.com.

DONATION: An artificial Christmas tree to be picked up in Carmel. Contact Karen Kostaroff at kkostaroff@guilfordgroup.com.


National news

To boost individual donor giving, nonprofits need a fundraising plan. A study of 29 nonprofits with budgets under $2 million identified opportunities to strengthen individual donor contributions and created a successful program.

On Giving Tuesday, 17 percent of online gifts came via mobile devices, Blackbaud says. This is up from 13 percent during last year's Giving Tuesday. The rate of mobile giving accelerated at about 3 p.m. and peaked at 10 p.m.

Increased donor demand for impact evidence makes it harder to raise money. Over the next three years according to survey by Marks Paneth, nonprofit leaders with annual budgets of $10 to $200 million will change measurements approaches.

Habits of the Heart free download. Interested in educating youth about philanthropy? This program is designed by Indiana Humanities to involve young people actively and thoughtfully in the American philanthropic tradition and voluntary action.

Sponsors' insights

Radiancy Coaching Partners. Instead of feedback, a new process, feedforward is a great way to change behavior, innovate and make improvements for the future. Read more.

BKD . IRS allows payments to charities as deductible business expenses. The IRS ruled a business that advertised about donating a percentage of its sales to organizations promoting certain social missions could deduct those contributions as an ordinary and necessary business expense. Read more.



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Charitable Allies: nonprofit that provides affordable, experienced nonprofit legal services.

Human resources

Synergy: professional employer organization (PEO), Synergy assumes the risk and liability of employing employees, and administers payroll, benefits and human resources.

FirstPerson: professional advisory firm that creates meaningful work experiences through benefits, HR and wellness solutions.

HR Partnerships, Inc.: HR Management firm that is dedicated to redefining the way organizations manage talent, resulting in a healthier company culture and increased profitability.

Technology, software, services

FTM LLC: software advisor to improve organization's financial operations with system implementation, training and support.

Netlink, Inc.: An information technology service provider delivering best practice information, technology guidance, implementation and support in order to contribute to nonprofits' mission and success.


Alerding CPA Group: accounting firm with nonprofit experience provides audits, accounting, tax services, planning and board governance.

BKD: CPAs and advisors offering services in assurance, tax, risk management, technology and forensic to closely-held businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals.

FTM LLC: works solely with nonprofits on bookkeeping, audit preparation, outsourced controller and CFO services.

Marketing/digital fundraising

Balance Marketing: specializes in maximizing nonprofit's ability to connect, engage and inspire investment in its cause through digital and interaction communication practices.

Banking/asset management

The National Bank of Indianapolis: the bank of choice for nonprofit organizations.


Alerding CPA Group: provides board governance, training, consulting and succession planning.

Charitable Advisors:BoardSource-certified governance trainer, support for board-led ED/CEO search process.


School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI: At SPEA, people learn how to work in government, nonprofit and business roles to make positive changes in their communities, their states, their countries and the world.

Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: Our programs are the first in the nation to focus on philanthropy's history, culture and values. Through traditional or online master's degree programs, gain the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue further graduate study or to enter the field as a nonprofit professional.

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Master of Jurisprudence graduate degree program prepares professionals with the legal knowledge to enhance, and potentially advance their careers.

Leadership Development

Radiancy Coaching Partners: Leadership coaching and personal development for nonprofit staff, volunteers and board members to help get the right projects done with heart.


Leading Change for Good Consulting: helps Indianapolis-area nonprofits strengthen their operations and efficiency using proven process-improvement tools.

Real estate

Get that extra office space leased or that extra building sold by using the new NFP News real estate section to let people know you have extra space, an extra building or even residential property for sale. Photos and a web link may be included to give readers more information. To learn more, contact Julie at Julie@CharitableAdvisors.com

Affordable Near-Southside office space

DOWNTOWN 300 to 10,000 sq. ft. Great location at I-65 and South Keystone Avenue (3530). Five minutes from downtown with easy access to all Indianapolis. Free parking. Many restaurants nearby. Other nonprofits on site. Low rates: $10 to $12 per square foot depending on space size. Call Ron at: 317-702- 6079.


Great location

CARMEL Great location at 99th and Michigan Rd., just north of I-465. Approximately 1,200 square feet for suites or office space, available at $10 per square foot with utilities included. Easy access to highway, restaurants and shopping. Roadside building directory, free parking, private entrance and restrooms. Call Andrew Follman at 317-566-5614.


Perfect for your holiday party

Host your holiday party at the Sol Center, home to Meal on Wheels. Located downtown, our 2,500-square-foot ballroom is handicap accessible and seats 150 people. The space offers such amenities as a state-of-the-art A/V system, dual 10x7 ceiling-mounted screens, small stage and podium, a caterers' staging kitchen, coatroom and free-lighted parking. Rental income is used for the purchase of meals for our low-income clients. For rate information, contact Vicki Burdick at 317-252-5558.

Conveniently located

Conveniently located near Butler University, Christian Theological Seminary and the Indianapolis Museum of Art (42nd and Michigan Rd.). Current tenants include nonprofit organizations representing education, environmental, faith and social services. Amenities include special introductory rates, full service leases, nicely-equipped conference rooms of various sizes, ample free parking and helpful on-site management. Contact 317-923-3617 or iic@indianainterchurch.org for more information.


This week's jobs

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Executive Director - Exodus Refugee Immigration. The Executive Director serves as the organization's chief executive officer. Reports directly to the board and is responsible for the operation of all programs, the management of all fiscal resources, the supervision of all staff...more

Fund Development

Federal Grants Coordinator, IndyEast Promise Zone - John Boner Neighborhood Centers. The John Boner Neighborhood Centers (JBNC) is seeking a committed and knowledgeable leader to serve as the Federal Grants Coordinator. The Federal Grants Coordinator will identify and manage federal opportunities...more

Administrative Leadership/Support

Business Coach - Business Ownership Initiative. Business Ownership Initiative is a local not-for-profit which provides technical assistance, micro lending and workshop opportunities to entrepreneurs wishing to start or expand...more

Chief Operating Officer - CICOA Aging & In Home Solutions. CICOA's Chief Operation Officer directs, administers, and coordinates the activities of the organization in support of policies, goals, and objectives established by the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Directors...more

Director, IndyEast Promise Zone - John Boner Neighborhood Centers. The John Boner Neighborhood Centers is seeking a dynamic and passionate leader to serve as the Director of the IndyEast Promise Zone. The IndyEast Promise Zone is a ten-year federal designation designed to promote...more

Affiliate Specialist - Rock Steady Boxing, Inc. Do you have great administrative skills? Rock Steady Boxing is looking for a special person to join our team and make a real difference in the lives of people with...more


Nursing Care Staff - St. Paul Hermitage Retirement Community. St. Paul Hermitage Retirement Community is looking for dedicated care staff for our comprehensive nursing unit. CNA's, LPN's RN's. Full or Part-time. Evening...more

HMIS Associate - Coalition for Homelessness Intervention & Prevention (CHIP). The HMIS Associate will promote and implement activities that support the Indianapolis Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). The position engages and supports organizations in client-level data...more

Family Support Specialist (part-time) - Healthy Families Hendricks County. (Part-time, 20 hours/week) The Family Support Specialist (FSS) is responsible for providing intense professional case management for families at risk for child abuse and neglect. The FSS will facilitate strengthening...more

Mobile Tax Site Coordinator - United Way of Central Indiana. (temporary full-time position, January - April) At United Way of Central Indiana, we recognize that the key to success is a strong and cohesive team that works through shared values to achieve our mission. The Mobile...more

Project Manager, Northwest Area Partnership (part-time) - Flanner House of Indianapolis, Inc. In September 2015, the federal Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) announced that the Indianapolis Department of Public Safety was awarded a federal grant through the Byrne Criminal Justice...more

Director of Programs - Chaucie's Place. The Director of Programs is responsible for managing, developing and implementing the agency's child sexual abuse and youth suicide prevention programs Smart Steps: A Body Safety Program for ChildrenTM, Stewards...more


Microloan Officer - Business Ownership Initiative. The Microloan Officer applies the principles of lending within an assigned area of Business Ownership Initiative (BOI), a division of the Indy Chamber's Entrepreneur Services Division. The Microloan Officer directs...more

Bookkeeper. This position is responsible for full-cycle bookkeeping, which requires an ability to juggle several organizational tasks at once. Responsibilities include managing all aspects of general ledger, accounts receivable...more

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Last week's jobs


Executive Director - United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Indiana. United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Indiana, an organization whose mission is to advance the quality of life for people with Cerebral Palsy, is seeking a competent and passionate Executive Director who will...more

Executive Director - Beacon of Hope Center for Women, Inc. Founded in 2007, Beacon of Hope is a Christ-centered organization empowering victims of domestic violence to become self-sufficient by providing safety, support, and education. Working with a staff team of six, Beacon...more

Fund Development

VP of Advancement - Early Learning Indiana. Early Learning Indiana has a rich history dating back to 1899 providing child care services from its beginnings and now embracing the larger and expanding role of advocacy and innovation in early childhood education...more

Donor Development Manager (part-time) - The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Manage the chapter's development program (major gifts, individual giving, planned giving and foundation giving). Assist in the creation of an integrated plan for...more

Proposal Manager, Sponsored Projects Administration - Ball State University. Professional position available immediately. Responsibilities: facilitate comprehensive external grant proposal development and submission for faculty/staff in designated campus departments or units; provide support...more

Special Events Intern (part-time) - United Way of Central Indiana. (part-time, 20 hours weekly, January - June) At United Way of Central Indiana, we recognize that the key to success is a strong and cohesive team that works through shared values to achieve our mission. The Special Events...more

Development Director - New Hope of Indiana. The Development Director will plan, coordinate and oversee all organization fundraising and development activities. This role will work collaboratively with all levels of leadership and program staff to continually develop...more

Volunteer & In-Kind Donations Coordinator - Holy Family Shelter. Holy Family Shelter, an emergency residential shelter for homeless families, has an immediate opening for a full-time Volunteer & In-Kind Donations Coordinator. This position is responsible for managing the shelter's active...more

Executive Director of Advancement Services and IT - Ball State University Foundation. Professional position available immediately. Responsibilities: provide leadership and strategic direction for the Advancement Services and IT area of the Ball State University Foundation; direct and manage all functions...more

Community Engagement Officer - The Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware County, Inc. The Community Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation that encourages philanthropy, manages charitable assets and directs resources to enhance the quality of life...more

Outreach/Project Management

Strategic Initiatives Coordinator - Little Red Door Cancer Agency. The Strategic Initiatives Coordinator delivers project management and implementation support for key organizational initiatives as assigned by the Indiana Cancer Consortium (ICC) Director. This position is housed...more

Market Development Lead - Green Technology - Elevate Energy. The Market Development Lead - Green Technology will support development and implementation of a multifamily green building and energy efficiency service offering in Indiana. The selected candidate will effectively...more


Director, Communications - United Way of Central Indiana. Responsible for the development and execution of organization-wide communications strategy that that clearly articulates and increases affinity for United Way of Central Indiana's (UWCI) mission and community impact...more

Communications Director - Marion County Commission On Youth, Inc. (MCCOY). The Communications Director is responsible for MCCOY's marketing, advertising and public relations functions, providing strategic leadership, setting creative vision and brand identity, and managing all operational...more

Communications Manager - Susan G. Komen Central Indiana. The Communications Manager will develop and execute the communications, marketing and public relations strategy for Susan G. Komen Central Indiana. Communications will 1) motivate audiences to donate, fundraise...more

Corporate Relations Marketing Analyst - Kiwanis International. Responsible for the research and analysis of prospective business opportunities providing recommendations for new products, services and business lines to support growth in revenue, partnerships and Kiwanis family membership...more

Program Officer(Scholarships) - The Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware County, Inc. The Community Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation that encourages philanthropy, manages charitable assets and directs resources to enhance the quality....more

Sales/Business Development

Financial Representative - Thrivent Financial. Thrivent is a Fortune 300, not-for-profit membership organization of Christians. We help our nearly 2.4 million member-owners reach their financial goals so they can feel more confident about what the future has in store...more

Administrative Leadership/Support

Lean Project Coordinator - Indiana Donor Network. Indiana Donor Network, one of 58 designated organ recovery organizations in the U.S., is a vital link between people waiting for life-saving organ transplants and donors. Working closely with Indiana hospitals, donor...more

Administrative Assistant - Children's Bureau. Career Opportunity Where You Can Make a True Difference. Do you have a heart for abused and neglected children, and a passion for helping strengthen families? Are you known for your organizational skills and attention...more


Program Manager, Homeless Youth Justice Program - Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic. The Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic is looking for a compassionate and driven person to "seek justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God" (Micah 6:8) as a Program Manager in the newly-created Homeless Youth...more

Director of Programs - Chaucie's Place. The Director of Programs is responsible for managing, developing and implementing the agency's child sexual abuse and youth suicide prevention programs Smart Steps: A Body Safety Program for Children™, Stewards...more

Workforce Development Employment Specialist - Indianapolis Urban League. Indianapolis Urban League's Workforce Development Department has an immediate opening for a well-organized and detail-oriented Employment Specialist to provide work readiness and job placement support to...more

Assessment Specialist, Substance Abuse - Emberwood Center. Emberwood Center promotes growth, respect and integrity through community based services to address the cycle of addiction with individuals and families. We are looking for mission driven, dedicated individuals, to...more

Treatment Counselor, Spanish Speaking - Emberwood Center. Emberwood Center promotes growth, respect and integrity through community based services to address the cycle of addiction with individuals and families. We are looking for mission driven, dedicated individuals, to fill...more

Director, Early Intervention and Prevention (EIP) Initiative - MCCOY Inc. The Director of the Early Intervention and Prevention Initiative is responsible for oversight and management of the initiative and successful implementation and coordination of the EIP strategic plan. The initiative is focused...more

Case Manager - Holy Family Shelter. Holy Family Shelter, an emergency shelter for homeless families, has an immediate opening for a full-time Case Manager. The Case Manager is responsible for conducting intakes and assessments, as well as developing...more

Public Policy Intern - United Way of Central Indiana. (Full-time, January - April) The UWCI public policy intern will assist with the development and implementation of UWCI's public policy agenda. This internship will provide a valuable opportunity to experience...more

Student Support Specialist - TeenWorks. TeenWorks is seeking an experienced, bilingual youth worker to serve as a Student Support Specialist with the TeenWorks 360 Program. The Student Support Specialist empowers, supports and guides students to measurable...more

Bilingual Program Outreach Coordinator - Brooke's Place. This position will be responsible for the development and implementation of new programming aimed at providing grief services to families impacted by homicide, the Latino community, and other underserved areas...more

AmeriCorps VISTA (2 Full-Time Positions) - Indiana Association for Community Economic Development. The Indiana Association for Community Economic Development (IACED) is seeking two AmeriCorps VISTA members. The VISTAs will work to increase assets for low-wealth Hoosiers and help create community-level change...more


Accounting Clerk - Indiana Donor Network. This position is responsible for daily record keeping, accounting functions, payroll processing, and assisting management with the protection of corporate financial assets and resources for Indiana Donor Network and related...more

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