National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell

Why the NFL is Giving Up Its Nonprofit Status

From the Chronicle of Philanthropy: The National Football League, which generates billions of dollars in revenue annually, will give up the tax-exempt status it has held since 1942, the Associated Press reports. In a letter sent to NFL team owners, commissioner Roger Goodell called the league’s nonprofit status a “distraction” and said the league office…

Renowned Speaker Dan Pallotta Challenged Region to Rethink Charitable Giving

From our friends at Saratoga Today: Representatives of nonprofits, businesses, and people interested in philanthropy traveled from as far as Hudson, N.Y. to hear nationally renowned TED Talk speaker Dan Pallotta challenge their thinking about charitable giving on Tuesday, April 21, at the Saratoga Springs City Center. His talk before a crowd of nearly 400…

Fist to Five

Event: Fist to Five Presents Moving Towards a Movement: A Conversation with Gary Dake, President, Stewart’s Shops and Philip Morris, CEO of Proctors Theatre

From our friends at SaxBST and Fist to Five: For-profits becoming more socially conscious? Not-for-Profits thinking more like for-profits? Join SaxBST Partners Todd Polyniak and Ron Guzior as they discuss this movement with Gary Dake, President of Stewart’s Shops, a highly regarded 332-unit convenience store chain which returns millions in charitable contributions to the communities where its shops are…