State Associations in the News

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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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Tax reform could affect charitable giving

A Colorado Nonprofit Association analysis of 2015 Colorado tax data suggests that most Colorado taxpayers with incomes under $200,000 will save more on taxes by taking the increased standard deduction, leaving no federal tax benefit for them to...

Tags: Colorado, Tax Reform, Charitable Giving
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Season for Sharing: How the new tax law could mean a drop in charitable donations

The new laws could begin to affect non-profits as early as this fall, said Kristen Merrifield, CEO of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits.

Tags: Arizona, Charitable Giving, Tax Reform
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‘Nonprofits need to rally quickly’ to stave off the worst effects of the new tax law

It’s not that people will stop giving, it’s just that they won’t be incentivized to give as much, Delaney said. And there will be very real consequences from this shortfall.

Tags: Tax Reform, Charitable Giving, Pennsylvania

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