Facing uncertainty, charities use new tax law to push for donations

Facing uncertainty, charities use new tax law to push for donations

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The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network has estimated that donations to charities in the state could decline by hundreds of millions of dollars as fewer taxpayers itemize deductions in 2018. The group is pushing its more than 700 member organizations to use the tax changes to increase the urgency of their appeals for financial support at the end of this year.

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"All of a sudden donors have a big incentive to do as much giving as possible at the end of 2017,” said Jim Klocke, chief executive of the nonprofit network. “It’s in donors’ best interest to understand that quickly, and it’s in nonprofits’ best interest to help donors understand that.”
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