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Benevity is Excited to Support the Launch of Apple Pay for Nonprofits

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This is a big week. One of the most prodigious companies in the world, Apple, announced the ability for charities to receive donations via Apple Pay. And we’re pretty excited to play a role by enabling charities from the Benevity Causes Portal to gain access to this new way to donate that’s fast and convenient.

Parents, Governmental Leaders Meet at National Parents Meet to Celebrate Progress in the Disability Movement in India

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The 24th National Parents Meet in Jalandhar, Punjab was a potent mix of passion, gritty determination, and celebration. From across India, several hundred family members of people with developmental disabilities came together, along with their sons and daughters, to meet, plan, share, learn, and celebrate the hard-won gains they have made.

Volunteers Bill and Susan Tyson Receive the Edna Silberman Humanitarian Award

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Congratulations to Bill and Susan Tyson! These long-time volunteers recently received Keystone Human Services’ Edna Silberman Humanitarian Award for their volunteer work with Susquehanna Service Dogs! 
 
The Edna Silberman Humanitarian Award is given to a person or persons who has made significant contributions to people, the community, and Keystone Human Services, and has played a major role in making Keystone Human Services’ vision real in the lives of others. As you may know, Susquehanna Service Dogs is a program of Keystone Human Services. 
 

Benevity Supports the Launch of Apple Pay for Charities

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CALGARY, Alberta, November 14, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Benevity, Inc., the global leader in online workplace giving, matching, volunteering and community investment software, is pleased to

Webinar | 6 Keys to Workplace Giving Success

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How do you increase participation and get everyone (top to bottom) excited about your giving and volunteering program?

Keystone Human Services Hosts Partners The Hans Foundation to Advance the Rights of People with Disabilities in India

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HARRISBURG, Pa., November 9, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Keystone Human Services (KHS) is hosting a planning retreat to forward our collaboration to advance the rights of people with disability in India. From November 7-11, Charles Hooker III, President & CEO of KHS, and Betsy Neuville, Director of Keystone Institute India, will be engaged with leaders from The Hans Foundation (THF), including: Shweta Rawat, Chairperson of The Hans Foundation; General Surinder Mehta, CEO; Dr. G.V. Rao, Executive Director; and Paul Glick, Grants Manager.

Keystone Human Services' New President Shares His Vision for the Future

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By Charles J. Hooker III, President and CEO of Keystone Human Services

One of the most powerful statements in Keystone Human Services’ vision statement is our commitment to act as a change agent and share our experiences with others. As I step into the role of President and Chief Executive Officer of Keystone Human Services, that commitment to change agentry particularly resonates and will continue to guide us into the future.

Charles Hooker III to Lead Keystone Human Services

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HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 1, 2106 /3BL Media/ - Charles J. Hooker III has assumed the role of President & Chief Executive Officer of Keystone Human Services, effective November 1. Keystone Human Services is one of Pennsylvania’s largest and most well respected human services organizations, serving the needs of men, women and children with disabilities since 1972.

Charlie Vanek and Joel Martins on Nonprofit Coach Radio Show with Ted Hart

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In the most recent episode on the Nonprofit Coach Radio Show, Ted Hart interviewed MicroEdge + Blacbaud's Charlie Vanek, VP Product Management and Joel Martins, VP Product Development, live from bbcon 2016! Joel and Ted discuss the value of cloud-based and configurable technology platforms, as well as the Blackbaud Outcomes solution that is helping organizations better track and measure their impact. Ted then talks with Charlie about the meaning behind the "ecosystem of good" and the role that foundations and corporations play in it 

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