WASHINGTON, D.C.— On Tuesday, June 20, Giving USA released their annual report chronicling charitable giving in 2022. Charitable giving fell from its all-time high in 2021 to $499.33 billion in 2022, a drop of 10.5 percent after adjusting for inflation.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Charitable Giving Coalition applauds the introduction of the Charitable Act by a bipartisan group of lawmakers in the House of Representatives. The Charitable Act, sponsored by Reps. Blake Moore (R-UT), Danny Davis (D-IL), Michelle Steel (R-CA)
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Charitable Giving Coalition Chair Brian Flahaven issued the following statement regarding the exclusion of a restored universal charitable deduction for non-itemizers in year-end legislation: The Charitable Giving Coalition is disappointed that a restoration of the charitable deduction
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Charitable Giving Coalition Chair Brian Flahaven issued the following statement in recognition of Giving Tuesday: Today, the Charitable Giving Coalition joins the entire charitable sector in celebrating the tenth annual Giving Tuesday. This important day kicks off the
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On November 15 and 16, the Charitable Giving Coalition will bring nonprofit leaders from across the nation to Capitol Hill to urge lawmakers to renew and expand the non-itemizer charitable deduction in year-end legislation. The temporary non-itemizer
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
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.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— The Charitable Giving Coalition (CGC) sent a letter to lawmakers on Tuesday encouraging Congress to expand the universal charitable deduction before it expires on December 31st. More than 370 organizations joined the letter. The charitable deduction encourages Americans to give
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Charitable Giving Coalition Chair Brian Flahaven issued the following statement in recognition of Giving Tuesday: “Today, the Charitable Giving Coalition joins the charitable and nonprofit sector in celebrating Giving Tuesday. Since 2012, Giving Tuesday has marked the beginning