Save the Date: Charitable Giving Coalition Grow Giving Now DC Fly-In Tuesday, November 15th – Wednesday, November 16th, 2022 Please join us for the Grow Giving Now DC Fly-In hosted by the Charitable Giving Coalition. This fly-in is a key
Washington, D.C. – The Charitable Giving Coalition released the following statement: The Charitable Giving Coalition is deeply saddened by the passing of Representative Jackie Walorski and two of her aides, District Director Zachery Potts and Communications Director Emma Thomson. Rep. Walorski and
WASHINGTON, D.C.— On Tuesday, June 21, Giving USA released their annual report chronicling charitable giving in 2021. Although the report shows total giving reached $484.85 billion, up 4 percent compared to 2020, giving did not keep pace with inflation. When
Initial data from the Fundraising Effectiveness Project shows the universal charitable deduction worked to encourage gifts of $300 and $600, the exact amounts of the temporary universal charitable deduction for individuals and joint filers. Below is CGC’s one-pager on the
The Fundraising Effectiveness Project (FEP) recently released their quarterly fundraising report that highlights charitable giving trends for 2021. The report shows charitable giving increased by 2.7 percent in 2021, when compared to 2020, or 11 percent when compared to pre-pandemic
This week, President Biden released his budget request to Congress, which serves as a wish list of policy priorities that the administration hopes to achieve in the coming fiscal year. We are encouraged the President’s budget did not include limitations to the
For the Senate Finance Committee hearing on March 17 titled “Examining Charitable Giving and Trends in the Nonprofit Sector,” the Charitable Giving Coalition submitted the following statement for the record. You can find a PDF version of the statement here.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— The Charitable Giving Coalition (CGC) sent a letter to President Biden on Monday highlighting the importance of the charitable deduction and urging the administration to prioritize protecting and enhancing charitable giving incentives in the upcoming budget proposal and future legislation.
On March 7, the Charitable Giving Coalition sent the below letter to the Biden Administration, highlighting the importance of protecting and renewing the charitable deduction. You can find a PDF version of the letter here. ________________ Dear President Biden: On
The Fundraising Effective Project recently released a report on giving trends through the first nine months of 2021. Initial data in the report shows charitable giving was up 1.4 percent in the first three quarters last year, compared to the same time