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Nonprofits went virtual due to COVID-19. Some aren’t planning to go back

When the pandemic began, BEACON House, Inc., a Hagerstown nonprofit dedicated to providing STEAM education to low-income and minority students, lost not only most of its revenue streams but also the school buildings out of which it operated its before- ...

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COVID-19 pandemic alters the landscape for Maryland nonprofits

The COVID-19 pandemic has become an economic tsunami for Maryland’s thousands of nonprofits, striking at their financial resources even as the demand for their services has escalated. Organizations are beseeching donors to maintain their support, overhauling programs and shifting resources ...

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Md., neighboring states announce settlement with ‘sham charity’

A for-profit company that misrepresented itself as a charity supporting service members will pay nearly $300,000 in restitution and cease operations as part of a multistate settlement announced Wednesday by Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh and Maryland Secretary of State John ...

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