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Kean Jr. Pushes for NJ Tax Write-Off for Charitable Contributions

According to figures gathered by the Mercer County-based Center for Non-Profits, the stakes may be very high for charitable organizations in the Garden State.

Tags: New Jersey, Tax Reform, Charitable Giving Incentives
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Nonprofits should educate voters, not endorse candidates

Nonprofits should not be a tool for candidate endorsement or as a funnel for campaign funding for candidates at any level.

Tags: Oklahoma, Johnson Amendment, Elections
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Nonprofits adjust to austere reality

Gian-Carl Casa, president and chief executive officer of the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance, said the current budget, which lawmakers crafted during a contentious year that finally eliminated a $5 billion deficit, culminates a decade of...

Tags: Connecticut, State Budgets
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Nonprofits prep for potential drop in charitable giving

Nonprofit directors are scratching their heads over provisions in the Republican tax reform package that could lead to a drop in charitable giving.

Tags: Oregon, Charitable Giving
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Giving Green – Can Cannabis and Social Responsibility Coexist?

According to the Colorado Nonprofit Association’s 2016 year-end survey, only 6 percent of nonprofits polled had accepted contributions from cannabis companies — but two-thirds of...

Tags: Colorado, Fundraising
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Calif. Bill Keeps Charitable Deduction in Reach for More Taxpayers

California nonprofit leaders have endorsed a maneuver in the state legislature that would allow the state’s taxpayers to offset the loss of state and local...

Tags: Tax Reform, California
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Paperwork pushback: Lancaster County organizations join forces for shared data system

Anne Gingerich, executive director of the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations, said she didn’t know a lot about Lancaster’s CaseWorthy effort, but that it sounds promising.

Tags: Pennsylvania
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Charity Inc.: Legislature has golden opportunity

Last week, the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits endorsed the Step Up Oklahoma plan, encouraging the Legislature to consider a number of pieces of legislation and policy issues to shore up the state’s ailing budget.

Tags: Oklahoma, State Budget
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Panel: CT could reap big savings with more competitive bidding

"Leaders of nonprofits run tight ships,” said Gian-Carl Casa, president and CEO of the state’s largest coalition of nonprofit social service groups, the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance. “It’s well-established that providing services through...

Tags: Government-Nonprofit Contracting, Connecticut
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Nonprofit groups grapple with tax changes

The implications for nonprofit groups could be drastic— the council estimates it could reduce nonprofit giving by $13 billion a year, according to its analysis of the tax plan.

Tags: Massachusetts, Tax Reform, Charitable Giving

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