State Associations in the News


California Looks Into Billions Held in Funds Intended for Charities

Total assets in donor-advised funds are about $121.4 billion nationally and the funds pay out an average of 20.9% of assets a year, according to a 2019 report from the National Philanthropic...

Tags: California, Donor Advised Funds

Down for the count: Local committee gears up for upcoming census

In December, Danielle Clore, CEO of the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, made a presentation to Owensboro nonprofits at the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra. Clore encouraged nonprofits to help with the census.

Tags: Census, Kentucky

Congress made a mistake on this tax measure – and admitted it

“Some eliminated parking and transit pass benefits.

Tags: Transportation Tax, Mississippi, California, Tax Reform

Nonprofits ‘greatly concerned’ about prospect of emergency budget cuts

The CT Community Nonprofit Alliance, which has been pressing Lamont to pump more resources into the hundreds of agencies that deliver the bulk of state-sponsored social services, also questioned why ...

Tags: Connecticut, State Budget

Despite Michigan's growing population, it will still lose a seat in Congress

The Michigan Nonprofit Association estimates for every person missed during the census count, Michigan loses $1,800. 

Tags: Census, Michigan

Conn. Nonprofits Face 'Perfect Storm,' According To Head Of Statewide Association

The head of a statewide association of nonprofits is calling on Connecticut officials to increase payments to the organizations.

Gian-Carl Casa said right now nonprofits of all types are facing what he describes as “a perfect storm.”

Tags: Connecticut, Budget

Strategies to make charitable giving fun and meaningful

Once you’ve decided what you’re passionate about, think about what nonprofit organizations are working on those issues.

Tags: Delaware, Charitable Giving

New state tax law, changes to nonprofit giving

"The big change this year, is that people who are using the standard deduction on their state income taxes can also get a tax benefit for the money they donate to local nonprofits," said Kate Jensen, the CEO of the Ronald McDonald House Charities...

Tags: Charitable Giving, Tax Reform, Arizona

Salvation Army makes urgent plea for donations

Nationally, nonprofits are concerned there may be a repeat of 2018, when individual giving dropped by $3 billion, largely because of the 2017 federal tax law that eliminated the charitable contribution tax deduction, mostly for middle-income...

Tags: Charitable Giving, Massachusetts

Year-end giving and receiving - December key for nonprofits

The Nonprofit Association of the Midlands says up to a third of annual giving comes in December, much of that in the last three days of the year.

“Year-end giving is critical to the nonprofit sector,” said Kelly Koepsell of NAM.

Tags: Nebraska, Charitable Giving


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