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Seattle Developer Gives $25 Million and an Extensive Art Collection to Jesuit University

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

By Maria Di Mento Yosef Kalinko/Seattle University Richard Hedreen has given $25 million and an extensive art collection to Seattle University. Richard Hedreen’s art collection includes works ranging from the 16th century to modern pieces and those from contemporary artists working today. landed $10 million.

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Endaoment and Gitcoin Unveil New $200,000 Universal Impact Pool

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Endaoment unveiled the Universal Impact Pool (UIP), a new type of fundraising vehicle for philanthropic giving in collaboration with the public goods asset allocation platform, Gitcoin.

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Aviation-Law Expert John Hoyns Gives Colgate University $20 Million

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

DiOrio, Colgate University John Hoyns gave $20 million to support financial aid at Colgate University. By Maria Di Mento Mark D. Plus, a lumber heir left a large bequest to two Bangor, Me.,

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Christian Brothers University and Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Announce National Partnership

NonProfit Leadership Alliance

org Christian Brothers University and Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Announce National Partnership Kansas City, Mo. – The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance welcomes Christian Brothers University Graduate School of Business a s the newest university to join its Campus Partnership Program. Dorothy Norris-Tirrell, P h.D.,

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SmartSimple Adopts Universal Nonprofit Impact Registry

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The Impact Genome Project and SmartSimple announced that SmartSimple will be the first cloud software platform to integrate the Impact Genome, a universal nonprofit impact registry.

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Universal Charitable Deduction Bill, Known as ‘Charitable Act,’ Introduced in the House

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The Charitable Act, if passed, would reinstitute the universal charitable deduction that was available to taxpayers who opted for the standard deduction during the pandemic in tax years 2020 and 2021.

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

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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. Here are three things you should know about it.