MARINSPACE seeks to distribute its $2.2 million in assets

August 10, 2017 | From the Marin Independent Journal MarinSpace, a nonprofit that promotes collaboration among other nonprofits, is seeking to distribute its $2.2 million in assets as it prepares to dissolve. The organization, established in 1988, is calling for nonprofits serving Marin to submit proposals outlining what could be accomplished with the assets — $300,000 […]

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Property Information

Click the links to download the following information: Property Information Packet Site Plan Building Floor Plans: Building A Building B Building C Building D Use Permit Pro Forma Income & Expense Statement Tax Bill Reserve Study

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Nonprofits Rethinking Their Future Under Trump Administration, New Survey Reports

April 5, 2017 | In a survey of over 800 nonprofits conducted in March by the California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits), “Government in Transition; Nonprofits in Transition,” the majority of respondents report significant changes in their organizations since the November 2016 election. When asked what specific changes they have made, 58% of respondents said they have discussed how their constituents may […]

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Alchemia and Child Therapy Institue of Marin Move to Skyview Nonprofit Center

April 1, 2017 | MARINSPACE announces that Alchemia and Child Therapy Institute of Marin have joined our Skyview Nonprofit Center in Terra Linda. Alchemia nurtures the creative expression of individuals with disabilities as a vehicle for personal growth and accomplishment.  They operate a gallery in downtown Petaluma and offer arts (visual, performance and media) and […]

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Don’t Say That, Say This: New Research on Talking to Funders about Overhead

As part of the Nonprofit Overhead Project, CalNonprofits and Lake research tested messages about overhead with county government officials and with individual donors. The “Don’t Say That, Say This” study was presented on January 26, 2017 to members of CalNonprofits. The research covers: • Focus groups with mid-level donors (who make at least one donation of $200 […]

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