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January 19, 2016

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IRS nixes charitable donation
substantiation rules

By Diane Freda, reporter, Daily Tax Report Bloomberg BNA

The IRS has withdrawn proposed rules that would have allowed charities to directly report donors' contributions to the agency, saying it won't implement an exception to the current "contemporaneous written acknowledgement" (CWA) requirement for substantiating contributions of $250 or more.

The Internal Revenue Service had been flooded with comment letters opposing the proposal released in September (180 DTR G-7, 9/17/15).

In withdrawing the rules (REG-138344-13) Jan. 7, the IRS cited the substantial number of public comments it has received questioning the need for donee reporting, and especially, the collection and maintenance of Social Security numbers for use on a new information return. Read more.

Prioritizing services for high-needs adults

By Anna Cielinski, Senior Policy Analyst, Center for Postsecondary and Economic Success

As the New Year begins, states have an opportunity to set policies that will improve employment and training services for low-income adults through their Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) State Plans. These plans are due to the Departments of Labor and Education on March 3, 2016.

According to the updated Information Collection Request (ICR) regarding WIOA State Unified and Combined Plans, state plans must describe strategies to prioritize employment and training services for "public assistance recipients, other low-income individuals, or individuals who are basic skills deficient." CLASP applauds this clear call for robust implementation of the priority of service provision for high-need adults. This strengthened policy, for which CLASP has advocated, will help ensure that states serve low-income people. Read more.

The future of cities depends on innovative financing

By John D. Macomber, senior lecturer Harvard Business School, HBR

Today's mega-cities have a footprint problem. They are developing horizontally, not vertically, with vast areas of low sprawl reaching out for miles from Sao Paolo, Lagos, New Delhi, Guangzhou, Jakarta, and many others. A central question our civilization must address is how we can avoid becoming a planet of informal slums.

Every year, hundreds of millions of people across the globe move from rural to urban environments in search of opportunity. In a perfect world, governments would have the cash and the consensus to fund and coordinate the construction of the infrastructure required to sustainably accommodate a rapidly urbanizing world. But few governments appear to have the money or the political will to foot the up-front costs to prevent or fight fragmentation. Read more.

Sponsor's insight

Five 2016 fraud predictions

By Shauna Woody-Coussens, managing director, BKD

Recently, Tomer Barel, the chief risk officer at PayPal, share his five fraud predictions for 2016 with CNBC and talked about the evolving interplay of technology and fraud. Here are the highlights.

  • Social networks will help fraudsters get more sophisticated.
    Major social networks are becoming more searchable, allowing fraudsters to learn more about their intended targets. This will lead to more successful social engineering attacks as targets will be led to believe they're interacting with legitimate entities with whom they have an established relationship. Even the strongest network security is only as strong as its weakest link — which often is the employee. Now may be a good time to remind employees of these tips:
  • Do not provide data (confidential or not) and credentials via email, chat messenger or phone or in face-to-face conversations with unknown or suspicious persons or entities.
  • Avoid clicking on that link to an unknown site in an email. Take a closer look at the URL and the sender's email address. They may be similar to but not exactly what you anticipate. Check for misspellings, @ signs and subdomains.
  • Beware of "baiting," when an attacker tempts the user with a free or found USB or thumb drive, hoping someone will pick it up and plug it into their computer. Once you do, you're hacked. Read more.

People on the move

Jay C. Lytle joined Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, Inc., to lead the organization's technology solutions department as vice president and chief information officer (CIO). Lytle brings more than 16 years of experience to his role, most recently serving as CIO for six years at the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT).

Tammy Themel has joined accessABILITY as executive director/CEO. Tammy was formerly with Colorado Agency on Jewish Education.

Stacy Poca was named brand growth advocate for the American Legion Auxiliary National Headquarters, after having served the organization as creative communications specialist. Poca has a background in nonprofit and university communications.

Indiana Hospital Association has announced Terry Cole is now vice president of finance. She previously served as chief financial officer of MDwise. — Inside Indiana Business

Chauncie's Place promoted Lisa Ridder to director of "Smart Steps: A Body Safety Program for Children."

The Indiana Builders Association (IBA) has appointed Carlie Hopper governmental affairs director. Hopper was previously regulatory affairs director and has been with IBA since 1999. — Inside Indiana Business

Centric, an Indianapolis-based innovation think tank, selected Jason Williams as executive director. Williams previously served as marketing and communications director. He is also the founder of SPYCOMPS, a business intelligence firm.

Jonathan Wright has been named the Ruth Lilly deputy director for horticulture and natural resources by the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Wright has been a horticulturist for nearly 12 years at The Chanticleer Foundation in Wayne, Penn.

Roberta Jaggers has been named president of the Indianapolis Public Library Foundation. She is taking over for longtime President Danny Dean, who moved into a new role as major gifts and donor liaison. — Inside Indiana Business


Kids Dance Outreach (KDO) received a $5,000 grant from the Robert & Toni Bader Charitable Foundation to continue to expand programming and serve more children this year.

Apply to be a break-out session presenter at the Indiana Summit on Out-of-School Learning on April 11-12. Read more.

Each quarter, the Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU) will award $6,000 to nonprofit organizations or $24,000 during the year. Organizations that serve health, education, veterans, and homeless/basic needs will have the opportunity to nominate themselves or may be nominated by someone else for the IMCU Gives Back Campaign and may submit their nominations to imcugivesback@imcu.com.

Indianapolis-based Simon Youth Foundation earned a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. It is the highest rating the independent charity evaluator offers and is SYF's first time to earn the distinction. Read more.

Last year, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis saw its second-highest visitation — 1.25 million visitors — since it began tracking attendance and just shy of the record set in 2011. Read more.

Two Fairbanks employees were recognized as 2015 recipients of the Mental Health America of Indiana's (MHAI) Heroes for Recovery Awards. Robin Parsons (left), director of adult services, received the Mental Health and Addiction Professional of the Year Award, and Kathleen Gill, alumni and volunteer coordinator, was honored with the Consumer Advocate of the Year Award.


Professional development

Nonprofit leaders, fundraisers and foundation executives will hear projections for charitable giving in 2016, the newest research on philanthropy and fundraising and insights on leading-edge issues from national experts during The Fund Raising School's Leadership Roundtable on Jan. 25-26 in Indianapolis. Cost: $599, with reduced registration of $399 for those with a Certificate in Fund Raising Management. Additional information, including the two-day agenda, is available here. Registration is here.

Nonprofit board roles and responsibilities webinar on Jan. 26 at 2:00 p.m. (EST). This 101 webinar will articulate key roles of nonprofit boards, duties of individual board members, and responsibilities of those who engage with the board. We'll touch on fundraising, programming outreach, and management. Plus we'll offer some relationship advice. Join us for an opportunity to learn about best board practices. Learn more.

Advancing mission through advocacy: The role of the board webinar on Jan. 28 at 2:00 p.m. (EST). Nonprofit board members have a responsibility to act as a voice for the people and communities their nonprofits serve. This webinar will look at lobbying and advocacy from the board's perspective, examining the legal nuts and bolts, the ways board members can participate as connectors and messengers and how to prepare for this important role. Learn more.

Social movement for good webinar on Jan. 29 at noon (EST). Free. How companies and causes create viral change. Social Movements for Good is a guidebook for driving change, by taking advantage of the social "currency" that makes movements go viral. Learn more.

Planned Giving Group of Indiana on Feb. 4 at 11:30 a.m. at The Willows (6729 E. Westfield Blvd.) Roundtable discussion with select specialists from the Central Indiana planned-giving community. The roundtable format provides an opportunity for group discussion to discuss issues and share ideas from shops of all sizes. Cost: $30. Register here or 317-824-0940.

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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.

Women Like Us Foundation is in search of a volunteer willing to post social media and build its online presence. 10-hour commitment per month. Linda Rendleman at linda@womenlikeusfoundation.org or 317-694-3523.

The Indianapolis Museum of Art: volunteers to serve as tram-tour drivers and narrators. The IMA is looking for enthusiastic drivers and narrators for the Late Miss Kate, its permanent garden tram. Learn how to drive and lead a group tour around Lilly House, The Greenhouse and the IMA gardens while giving a unique historical tour. Contact Chris Morehead at cmorehead@imamuseum.org or 317-923-1331 x297 to get more information on volunteering at the museum.

JDRF is looking for volunteers to help with the 19th annual gala on April 23. Click here to register, or contact Melissa Fanning at mfanning@jdrf.org or 317-308-4964 with questions.

STRIVE Indy, an adult re-entry program, is seeking men to volunteer for one-on-one life coaching. Clients are actively trying to improve their lives, and having a life coach to really listen, and talk through barriers with, makes a world of a difference. Commitment is 4 hours a month, for at least 3 months. Please contact Kirsten at kibush@voain.org for more information, and share this request with anyone you know who may be interested.


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National news

Organizational culture: The moment for change. For the new CEO, the time window to change the culture is only so long.

How can I maximize volunteer commitment? In this 90-second video, Patrick Lencioni, author of the 5 dysfunctions of a team, discusses establishing high standards and building commitment from volunteers.

Nonprofit communication and crisis management. Combating misinformation disseminated by misguided protesters, coping with internal politics turned ugly, wrangling members — these are a few of the crisis communication fires. This trends report can help.

Collaboration, fraud mitigation key 2016 nonprofit trends Growth, collaboration, and a concentration on fraud and data security will be nonprofit accounting trends in 2016, according to nonprofit software provider Abila.

Sponsors' insights

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. An army of data just joined the war on poverty. Researchers at Indiana University's Lilly Family School of Philanthropy partnered with Salvation Army to develop the Human Needs Index, a real-time measure of poverty that they hope will better inform both policy makers and service providers of the true on-the-ground needs of poor Americans.

Radiancy Coaching Partners. Three steps to make sure your team is solving the same problem. In nonprofits and mission-minded businesses of every size and type, employees often aren't in alignment. It takes focus and clarity.



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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.

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.

VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm: goes beyond accounting, tax and auditing services and provides business advice and turnaround services for nonprofits in an ever-changing business landscape.

Fund development

The Indiana Philanthropy Alliance: brings back its Directory of Indiana Grantmakers. The searchable, online database, includes profiles for over 1,000 funders of Indiana nonprofits. Pre-order now for early-bird pricing; available at the end of the first quarter.

Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates: Authentic strategic and philanthropic consulting firm that offers client-focused, highly-customized solutions. The firm specializes in assisting nonprofit groups with strategic planning, capital campaigns, development audits, feasibility studies and general fundraising counsel.

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.

The Indiana Association for Community Economic Development (IACED): supports a network of organizations to build vital communities and resilient families through community building, training, technical assistance and advocacy.

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.


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.


The Sol Center is the perfect place for your next gathering

Host your next business meeting, board meeting, social gathering or board retreat at the Sol Center, home to Meal on Wheels. Located downtown, its 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 10 ft. ?7 ft. ceiling-mounted screens, small stage and podium, a caterer's staging kitchen, coatroom and free-lighted parking. Rental income is used to subsidize meals for our low-income clients. For 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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Chief Financial Officer - JCC. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is an executive staff level position and has a comprehensive range of responsibilities, including financial planning/management, cash development and management, taxation process...more

Administrative Leadership/Support

Director of Administration and Financial Ministries - Indiana Conference of The United Methodist Church. The Indiana Conference of The United Methodist Church seeks a tithing disciple of Jesus Christ with demonstrated capacity and experience in the development and implementation of processes for excellence in...more

Office Manager/Executive Assistant - Indiana Humanities. Indiana Humanities seeks a 'utility player" to join our team - someone who is collaborative, passionate, Indiana-loving, thoughtful, detail-oriented, and an enthusiastic team member. Indiana Humanities is a dynamic...more

Administrative Assistant - Girls Inc. The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for Administrative support for agency, Administrative support for the Board of Directors, Agency centralized purchasing and office supplies inventory management...more

Ministry Assistant for Children and Family Ministries - Second Presbyterian Church. The Ministry Assistant for Children and Family Ministries provides administrative support for the Children and Family programs of the...more


Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Strategic Initiatives - School of Public and Environmental Affairs. The Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at Indianapolis is searching for a Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Strategic...more


Licensed Mental Health Therapist - Madison Addiction Outpatient. Adult and Child is currently seeking licensed mental health therapists to join its new open access out-patient facility located on the Southside of Indianapolis, Indiana. The outpatient therapist will provide culturally competent...more

Program Manager - Data - Indiana Youth Institute. Vibrant, statewide nonprofit with a strong reputation for providing objective and reliable information on children and youth is searching for a professional to manage our narrative data products. This staff position manages...more


Fraternity Housing Corporation Interior Designer - Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity. Enhance the aesthetics, function, and safety of chapter facilities while taking into account color, texture, furniture, lighting, and space to meet chapter needs...more


GEI Marketing & Communications Manager - Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, Inc. The GEI Marketing and Communications Manager advises, plans and executes a wide variety of education and mission awareness communications and activities to strengthen The Excel Center, Indianapolis Metropolitan...more

Outreach Representative - Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority. The primary role of the Outreach Representative is to promote rideshare services to employers, commuters and organizations in a 9-county area. The representative is responsible for marketing the rideshare program to...more

Volunteer Management

AmeriCorps - Volunteer Coordinator - Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity. Are you an organized, fun, and enthusiastic leader interested in service and excited about the Habitat for Humanity mission? Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity is looking for an AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator to build...more

Fund Development

Development Associate - Franciscan Alliance. The Development Associate is responsible for maintaining and growing the annual fund of a regional division of Franciscan Alliance Foundation. This focuses primarily on individual gifts up to $1,000 as well as applying for...more

Development Director - Indianapolis Symphonic Choir. The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir seeks a full-time Development Director to further expand its fundraising strategy and practices. Among the most active choruses in the nation, the Symphonic Choir reaches over...more

Development Manager (part-time) - La Plaza, Inc. Manages fundraising activities and assists President & CEO in execution of organization goals. Activities include donor cultivation, solicitation, proposal writing, stewardship and a desire to work with corporate, foundation...more

Development Associate - Food Finders Food Bank. Primary responsibilities include managing the day to day operations of the direct mail program, grant writing and reporting, and special event management. Under the direction of the Director of Development (DoD), the...more

Resource Coordinator - Indiana Association for Community Economic Development (IACED). The Indiana Association for Community Economic Development (IACED) is seeking to fill the new position of Resource Coordinator. Critical to the role are supporting the organization's fundraising infrastructure, creating...more

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Last week's jobs


Executive Director - Indiana Blind Children's Foundation. The Executive Director provides visionary leadership to guide and assist the IBCF Board and volunteers in fulfilling its mission of investing in children with visual impairments so that each child will thrive in school and...more

Administrative Leadership/Support

Operations Manager - Indianapolis Symphonic Choir. The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir - one of the largest and most active choruses in the nation - is seeking a full-time Operations Manager to join its staff of 8 persons. Reaching over 25,000 persons annually, the 190-voice...more

Office Manager (part-time) - Partnerships for Lawrence. Part-time: 20 hours per week, 4 hours a day, M-F. Partnerships for Lawrence (PFL) seeks an Office Manager, part-time. This position reports to the Executive Director and will be the second staff person in a non-profit arts...more

Organizational Support Coordinator - First Resource Inc. The Organizational Support Coordinator (OSC) position functions as the office manager, liaison and advisor to the organization's leadership and facilitates initiatives across the enterprise. The OSC is a multi-faceted job...more

Event and Executive Coordinator - Kappa Delta Pi. Duties of this position include coordination of conferences, meetings, and events for the Society, as well as executive administrative tasks and management of facility maintenance services. Outstanding communication...more

Front Office Administrative Assistant / Volunteer Coordinator - The Children's TherAplay Foundation. The Children's TherAplay Foundation, Inc. a physical and occupational therapy clinic specializing in hippotherapy for special needs children has an immediate opening for a full-time (newly created) Front Office...more

Operations Assistant (Part-time)- Safe Sitter Inc. National Headquarters. (Part-time/hourly - 3 days/up to 24 hours a week) The Customer Service Representative is responsible for answering telephones and e-mails, assisting customers, receiving and processing orders, mailing and shipping...more


VISTA Job Retention Program Coordinator - Dress for Success Indianapolis. Dress for Success Indianapolis is seeking a fulltime Americorps VISTA to be responsible for developing and implementing a new program to increase employment retention of women largely employed in high turnover fields...more

Program Specialist - Kiwanis International Foundation. The Program Specialist will be responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating various philanthropic programs for the Foundation. The Program Specialist performs a variety of complicated tasks, including...more

Child Forensic Interviewer - Susie's Place Child Advocacy Center. Susie's Place Child Advocacy Centers is hiring two Full-Time Child Forensic Interviewers to be located in our Avon and Bloomington child advocacy centers. This is a professional position charged with interviewing child victims...more

Program Coordinator (part-time) - GiGi's Playhouse. The Program Coordinator is a staff position that will provide leadership, energy, oversight, and daily direction to all aspects of programming for all age groups infants through adults. He/she enthusiastically implements...more

Tuition Coordinator - Cardinal Ritter High School. Cardinal Ritter High School is seeking a qualified business professional for the position of Tuition Coordinator. This position is the primary contact for families regarding their tuition obligations and oversees the...more

Campaign Director, Light The Night - Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma (blood cancers), and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Our nationwide priority...more

Information & Referral (I&R) Specialists (either full- or part-time) - Connect2Help211. Join the largest 2-1-1 in the state of Indiana (and the 5th largest in the country) connecting those in our communities who need help with the organizations that provide it. We are hiring more Information & Referral...more

Shift Supervisor - Holy Family Shelter. Holy Family Shelter, an emergency shelter for homeless families, has an immediate opening for a full-time Shift Supervisor for their 2nd shift (3pm-11:30pm). Candidate will be responsible for supervising residents and...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

Fund Development

Chief Development Officer - Planned Parenthood of IN & KY. We are a trusted healthcare provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive healthcare, sex...more

Associate Director Annual Giving - YMCA of Greater Indianapolis. As a key member of the YMCA Financial Development Department, the Associate Director of Annual Giving will report to the Sr. Director of Financial Development and work in concert with the Operations team committed...more

Major Gifts Officer - St. Mary's Child Center. The person in this position will research, orchestrate and document the processes of cultivation, solicitation and stewardship for prospective and major gift donors to ensure that St. Mary's meets both short and long term...more

Director of Development - Indiana State Museum. The Indiana State Museum is currently seeking a Director of Development. The Director of Development is charged with cultivating, securing, stewarding and renewing major and planned giving donors on behalf of the...more


Fiscal Services Controller - CICOA Aging & In Home Solutions. Manage, plan, organize, monitor, document and supervise various routine activities and operations of the fiscal department duties. Assist with annual independent audits and the development and processing of the annual...more

Staff Accountant - USA Gymnastics. Success Is a Team Effort. USA Gymnastics, a non-profit organization, is looking for a Staff Accountant. USA Gymnastics represents the athletes, coaches, club owners, judges and volunteers who have dedicated themselves...more

Bookkeeper (part-time) - Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library searching for a Part-time Bookkeeper to assist with daily bookkeeping and reporting...more


Custodian/Sexton - St. Paul's Indy. The custodian/sexton will perform janitorial tasks; room/event preparation and cleanup; general light maintenance and other duties as assigned. The custodian/sexton will work collaboratively with other staff, as well...more

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