A bill that would prevent municipalities from charging charitable nonprofits property taxes passed the Senate finance committee Tuesday and is headed to the full Senate.
Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced the publication of Michigan's second annual Professional Fundraising Charitable Solicitation Report, which helps consumers know how to be smart donors.
The Michigan Nonprofit Association, Council of Michigan Foundations, Michigan Association of United Ways, and Attorney General Bill Schuette today unveiled a helpful publication designed to provide Michigan donors with guidance for making wise donations to charity this holiday season.
Attorney General Bill Schuette took enforcement action Tuesday against a fledgling nonprofit veterans support group whose fundraising tactics generated complaints even before the state’s consumer protection staff finished reviewing the organization’s registration paperwork.
In a recent conversation about how we see need in Michigan, Rob Collier, President of the Council of Michigan Foundations, told us about several reasons to give charitably this year. He said, gThis is an important year to give and give big because the needs are so great.
Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced the launch of a free online service that provides expanded information on charities and professional fundraisers who solicit donations in Michigan.
American Institute of Philanthropy President Daniel Borochoff discusses on national TV the charity fallout from the alleged Madoff Ponzi scheme and precautions donors can take when considering donating to charities that may be holding highly risky and even fraudulent investments.
DTE Energy and The Heat and Warmth Fund announced a voluntary program Wednesday designed to offer assistance to people facing the prospect of not being able to pay their home heating bills this winter.