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WHAT'S NEW

01/01/2015
Revised Standards for Canadian Organizations Released

A multi-level review effort was conducted to address areas where...

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12/29/2014
Updated Community Change Initiatives Standards

Changes reflect an updated review of the community capacity...

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12/10/2014
Nonprofits needed for the 2015 Nonprofit Benchmarks Report

Be a part of a comprehensive study to help determine this year’s...

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