Your Official #NN18 Local's Guide to New Orleans

EveryAction

The Audubon Zoo is located in historic Uptown New Orleans, eaturing an exotic mix of animals from around the world take a break and visit award-winning exhibits such as the Louisiana Swamp and Jaguar Jungle showcase. The bar itself carries as much history as the famous beverage; once a favorite haunt of Famed Louisiana Governor and U.S. Our friend Carl Baloney, Director of Government Affairs at AIDS United , is also a NOLA native who comes from a family of local business owners.

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What’s your organization’s role in the wake of a man-made disaster?

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It will take a network of dedicated nonprofits, concerned citizens, government intervention – and BP’s commitment – to restore the Gulf Coast to is former state. If you can contribute resources that other organizations can’t, be they nonprofit, government or for-profit, then you are particularly well-suited to take a strong role in the response effort.

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Corporate Partnerships & The Law: Advertising Disclosures ??

Selfish Giving

3] See state laws in Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Louisiana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Utah, Vermont, and Wisconsin. [4] Thanks for your patience waiting for the results of the Selfish Giving / Accelerist Partnership Law Survey many of you took back in May.

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Corporate Partnerships & The Law: Contracts ??

Selfish Giving

10] See state laws in Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia [11] South Carolina does not enforce inclusion of these numbers in the contract.

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Guest Post: What’s your organization’s role in the wake of a man-made disaster?

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

It will take a network of dedicated nonprofits, concerned citizens, government intervention – and BP’s commitment – to restore the Gulf Coast to is former state. If you can contribute resources that other organizations can’t, be they nonprofit, government or for-profit, then you are particularly well-suited to take a strong role in the response effort. The following post is by Kate Olsen, who handles our disaster giving programs at Network for Good among many other projects.