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Why I Stopped Donating to Your Organization

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

By Theodore Wagenaar With new "Giving USA" data showing a near-record drop in charitable contributions, one donor advises nonprofits to do a better job of listening and communicating to people like him — or risk losing future gifts.

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Senators Push to Restore the Universal Charitable Deduction: 3 Things You Need to Know

NonProfit PRO

Last week, senators introduced legislation to make the universal charitable deduction effective for tax years 2023 and 2024. Now dubbed “Charitable Act,” the legislation, if passed, would give more Americans the ability to claim tax deductions for charitable contributions.

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You Are Champions of Hope

NonProfit PRO

We see hope alive in the surge in charitable contributions to nonprofit organizations. Keeping hope alive describes what the nonprofit sector is about. Humanitarian relief to Ukrainian refugees and in-country citizens has been extraordinary.

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Vanguard Charitable Survey: More Than 1 in 3 Donors Contributed to Disaster Relief Efforts

NonProfit PRO

More than 1 in 3 American donors gave half or more of their charitable contributions to disaster relief efforts in the last year, such as the Ukraine humanitarian crisis, COVID-19 relief, and natural disasters like wildfires.

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The NonProfit Voice Ep 55: How To Increase Revenue With Corporate Matching Gifts

NonProfit PRO

With more than 65% of Fortune 500 companies offering matching gifts for employee charitable contributions, how can you make sure your nonprofit isn't missing out on this revenue?

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Raise More with Multi-Step Donation Forms

Donorbox Nonprofit

After all, 51% of high-wealth donors prefer to make their charitable contributions online! An optimized and effective online donation form should be a top priority for your nonprofit. If your form is challenging to use or takes a long time to complete, you’re likely going to lose out on donations.

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Comment on Just Say No to ‘Thank-a-Thons’ and Other Harmful Gratitude Practices by Nancy M. Brown

Amy Eisenstein

However, the IRS requires more than a mention of the gift amount to serve as a tax receipt.