Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Recent Edition of Nonprofit Advocacy Matters

The October 7 issue of the National Council of Nonprofits’ Nonprofit Advocacy Matters contains a number of stories that may interest readers. Here is a summary of the article titles in the issue: 

Paying for Indirect Costs Essential to Success, New Report Finds

Long Federal Shutdown Means Greater Demands, Impact on Nonprofits

Dealing with the Federal Government Shutdown at the State Level

Nonprofits Prepare for 2014 State Tax Reform Discussions

Taxes, Fees, PILOTs

Illinois Implements Reforms that Benefit Nonprofits and Taxpayers

Denver Strengthens Partnership with Nonprofit Contractors

Additional State and Local Issues

Nonprofits Take to Advocacy to Avoid Another Round of Sequestration

Worth Reading

“Business as Usual: A Tale of Two Sectors,” by Tim Delaney, Huffington Post, September 30, 2013.

“When Government Shuts Down, the Nonprofit Community Pays,” by Tim Delaney, Foundation Center, October 4, 2013.

“Charitable Giving Tied to State Tax Deduction Decisions,”analyzing the consequences of actions by legislatures to reconsider and largely to retain charitable giving incentives in Hawai’i, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, and Vermont.

Worth Quoting




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