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(International Business Times)   Nonprofit CEOs are struggling to navigate the turgid waters of 2021   (ibtimes.com) divider line
    More: Murica, Non-profit organization, Late-2000s recession, American Humane, Business cycle, guiding mission, quarter of nonprofits, non-profits, nonprofit community  
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2021-01-17 9:08:20 PM  
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2021-01-17 11:45:40 PM  
Turbid?

/water doesn't get turgid.
 
2021-01-18 6:35:13 AM  
I just left a turgid mess in the toilet.
 
2021-01-18 8:02:49 AM  
Feeling the toll for the nonprofit of which I am a board member. The donations are not coming in from private individuals, public schools, and other government organizations. We had to modify and curtail services. So far we were able to secure government loans and bank temporary waiver of interest.

Hoping for the best.
 
2021-01-18 8:43:42 AM  

JudgeReinhold: Feeling the toll for the nonprofit of which I am a board member. The donations are not coming in from private individuals, public schools, and other government organizations. We had to modify and curtail services. So far we were able to secure government loans and bank temporary waiver of interest.

Hoping for the best.


Have donations fallen off since the standard deduction was raised?
 
2021-01-18 8:58:38 AM  

Sub Human: Turbid?

/water doesn't get turgid.


Sure it does.  Put a water bottle in the freezer, it gets hard and distended.  QED.
 
2021-01-18 12:08:58 PM  
Sorry, does not compute. Things that don't turn a profit aren't allowed to exist anymore. They take up too much space and provide things to people that cause them to buy less and need less. I don't see any way to grow the economy with this kind of shiat, so it has to go, so we can build another day spa there. THOSE people have money.
 
2021-01-18 3:01:09 PM  

Rapmaster2000: JudgeReinhold: Feeling the toll for the nonprofit of which I am a board member. The donations are not coming in from private individuals, public schools, and other government organizations. We had to modify and curtail services. So far we were able to secure government loans and bank temporary waiver of interest.

Hoping for the best.

Have donations fallen off since the standard deduction was raised?


Most funding was provided by school systems and the city. More or less a moratorium on outside underprivileged youth programs.

Larger funding comes from foundations, government entities and businesses that diligence charities. Con job charities go after the individuals :-)
 
2021-01-18 4:56:23 PM  

Sub Human: Turbid?

/water doesn't get turgid.


The word subby's looking for is tumescent.
 
2021-01-19 3:11:23 AM  

TheSubjunctive: Sub Human: Turbid?

/water doesn't get turgid.

Sure it does.  Put a water bottle in the freezer, it gets hard and distended.  QED.


"That's a sad sex toy ya got there, Cruella."
 
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