PayPal Sued For Redistributing Donations

PayPal | March 01, 2017

A class action lawsuit against PayPal and PayPal Giving Fund claims that the digital and mobile payment portal misrepresents its charitable giving platform, requiring charities to create accounts to access donations and ultimately redistributing funds elsewhere in some cases.

Spotlight

A recent survey sent to over 1,000 foundations and nonprofits showed that both stakeholders agree that collaboration is the key to tackling complex issues. However it also illuminated a lack of alignment around key outcomes of collaboration and the advantages it can offer. So how can we create an optimal approach to collaboration, reaping its potential benefits, if we aren’t all approaching partnerships with the same goals?

Learn more about the findings of the survey in this new report from UpMetrics, and get your next steps to set your organization up for success with future collaborative efforts.

Spotlight

A recent survey sent to over 1,000 foundations and nonprofits showed that both stakeholders agree that collaboration is the key to tackling complex issues. However it also illuminated a lack of alignment around key outcomes of collaboration and the advantages it can offer. So how can we create an optimal approach to collaboration, reaping its potential benefits, if we aren’t all approaching partnerships with the same goals?

Learn more about the findings of the survey in this new report from UpMetrics, and get your next steps to set your organization up for success with future collaborative efforts.

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