Southwest donates 10,000 roundtrip flights to Medical Transportation Grant Program

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Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) has announced that 75 nonprofit hospitals and medical organizations across the nation will benefit from the Southwest Airlines Medical Transportation Grant Program (MTGP), with the total impact reaching 100 facilities in 2017, the airline said.

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5 Workplace Fundraising Ideas That Energize Teams to Give

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5 Ways To Use Nonprofit BI And Analytics Tools

Article | April 5, 2020

Most ERP and business management systems have the ability to gather large quantities of data. However, data collection alone isn’t the goal for nonprofits. Without any analysis, you can’t turn raw data into information that can help you make better decisions for your organization. Today’s data analysis and business intelligence tools for nonprofits are enabling organizations to measure the effectiveness of, and make improvements to, both daily operations and long-term programs.

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