Membership org. seeks input from local nonprofits

Membership org. seeks input from local nonprofits

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Several nonprofit organizations from Logan and Morgan counties gathered Tuesday afternoon at the Sterling Public Library to discuss their challenges and needs.

The meeting was part of a series of summits the Colorado Nonprofit Association (CNA) is holding around the state in an effort to get to know their member nonprofits and identify how CNA can better serve them, explained CNA President Renny Fagan.

Representatives from Rural Solutions, Family Resource Center and Clean SlateRecovery Group in Logan County, as well as One Morgan County, Morgan County Early Childhood Council and Kids at their Best, from Morgan County, listed challenges, educational topics and civic engagement tools and resources that they need help with, which were then organized by topic and later prioritized by the group.


Fagan told the group about a bill CNA is working on, which would provide a state income tax credit to individuals who donate to endowments or board-designated investment funds for Colorado nonprofits. He said that if passed, the bill could be a tool for long-term sustainability for nonprofits. One participant said she felt that the nonprofits represented at the meeting are too small to be affected by such a bill, but if it passes, she would like to see training on setting up such funds.

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Sterling Journal-Advocate
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