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Will NJ create a tax deduction to reward charitable giving?

A bill to enact the deduction was already approved by the Senate in March but it has not moved in the Assembly, where it is still pending before that chamber’s Budget Committee.

Tags: New Jersey, Charitable Giving Incentive, Charitable Deduction
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Giving Tuesday: Where is your money going?

“A large percentage of the donations that nonprofits see throughout the year occur throughout this time period,” said Kate Rubalcava, CEO of Utah Nonprofits...

Tags: Charitable Giving, Utah
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Nonprofits say philanthropy alone can’t save services

All of this begs the question of how nonprofits can be expected to handle more patients with flat funding three years from now?

 

Tags: State Budget, Connecticut
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Loss of office breaks Utah Diaper Bank’s growth cycle

“Funders don’t generally want to pay for infrastructure cost,” Utah Nonprofits Association chief executive officer Kate Rubalcava said. “They want you to miraculously figure out how to fix that problem.” 

Tags: Utah
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Local nonprofits adjust to tax code changes

Among the law’s biggest changes, explains David Heinen of the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits, was almost doubling the standard income tax deduction.

Tags: Tax Reform, Charitable Giving, North Carolina
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Report: Racial inequity, gender pay gaps common at N.J. nonprofits

New Jersey’s nonprofits lack racial diversity and frequently pay high-level women employees less than their male counterparts, according to a report released Friday.

Tags: New Jersey, Diversity, Equity
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Reardon: Nonprofits ‘integral to state’s vitality’

A new report from the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits makes the case that nonprofits are essential to the vitality of New Hampshire communities.

Tags: New Hampshire, Nonprofit Impact
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Minnesota Council of Nonprofits launches health insurance option for members

The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits announced BenefitsMN, an association health plan, earlier this week.

Tags: Minnesota, Health Insurance
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Census is important for Oklahoma to get federal funding

Daniel Billingsley, vice president of external affairs at the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, pointed out that an undercount of just two percent could cost the state as much as $1.8 billion over ten years in lost economic development and federal...

Tags: Oklahoma, Census
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Minnesota nonprofits put a new focus on issues of race

Nonprofits and foundations are also doing more self-reflection, examining demographics of leadership and board positions, how they retain people of color on staff and how they spend resources, such as hiring a restaurant owned by a person of...

Tags: Minnesota, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, DE&I

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