Lakeville Mayor Crashes New Year's Eve Parties For Great CauseLakeville's mayor is encouraging others to give back with a promise this New Year's Eve. Matt Little will stop by your party and give a toast for a small donation to any local food shelf or homeless shelter.
GOP Senators Grill Commissioner Over MNsure, Nonprofit WoesSenate Republicans are putting pressure on one of Gov. Mark Dayton's commissioners. Mike Rothman has served as commissioner of the Department of Commerce since 2011.
Limited Number Of Cities 97 Sampler CDs Still AvailableMusic lovers bundled up and headed to stores early this morning to get a copy of the Cities 97 Sampler, volume 26. One of the reasons some of the fans get up so early is because there are only 35,000 copies available.
State Agencies Sever Ties With Mpls. Non-ProfitA non-profit, accused of using grant money to fund lavish trips and a Costco membership, was shut down by the state on Friday. The state is seeking $600,000 back from Community Action of Minneapolis. The agency helps low-income families with heating bills and works to find people jobs.
Good Question: What Does It Take To Be A Nonprofit?When you think of nonprofits, homeless shelters or food shelves might come to mind. But during the Super Bowl, many of you wondered why the NFL is considered a nonprofit, too. You emailed us wondering: What does it take to be a nonprofit?
Good Question: Are Churches Allowed To Say ‘Vote Yes’ Or ‘Vote No’? Most of us would have a problem with our preacher telling us who to vote for. That’s why the advocacy for or against a constitutional amendment, which would define marriage as only between a man and woman, has gained so much attention.
Nonprofits, Corporations Launch Hunger InitiativeA group of nonprofit organizations and some corporations have come up with a plan to fight hunger in Minnesota.
Minn. Charities Thrive By Asking For Donors' TimeThe recession has taken a toll on many charities, but a small group of Minnesota nonprofits has figured out a way to thrive.
Nonprofits Hoping Others 'Give To The Max'It's not on your calendar, but a new holiday is definitely online. Give To The Max Day starts at midnight at a computer near you, and for the second straight year, the idea is to raise plenty of money for Minnesota charities.
No Punitive Damages for Wells Fargo
Jury: Wells Fargo to Pay $30 million