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Charitable Giving in 2021

Charitable Giving

All too often we leave our charitable giving to the end of the year when the deadline looms for making tax deductible gifts. This may cause us to make hasty decisions about where to give, how…

Donating Your Collection of Tangible Assets

Collection

In a previous blog I wrote about donating your tangible property to charity – which could include artwork, jewelry, cars, or antiques, just to name a few examples. If you are considering this to divest…

3 Action Steps Nonprofits Should Be Taking Right Now

There are three action steps every nonprofit should be taking in these uncertain times of the COVID-19 crisis. I believe these action steps are critically important for the current and future health of their organization.        …

The CARES Act and How it May Affect Nonprofits

CARES Act

On March 27, the House unanimously passed and the President signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which is a $2 trillion stimulus law intended to provide immediate relief for…

ESG Investing Can Help Your Nonprofit Find Talent

ESG Investing Nonprofit

Can a commitment to strong ESG investing (environmental, social, and governance) within your retirement plan investments help attract and retain talented employees in your nonprofit organization?  It matters more than you might think.  End Homelessness,…

Five Tips for Year End Charitable Giving

Five Tips For Year End Charitable Giving

This is one of the most important times of year for charitable fundraising. Nearly a third of all donations are made during the month of December.  There’s nothing like a deadline to motivate, and the…

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