Out of Prospects? These Tax Credits Might Raise Millions of Dollars for Your Project

Out of Prospects? These Tax Credits Might Raise Millions of Dollars for Your Project

A small but growing group of charities has been able to raise millions of dollars apiece using little-known federal tax credits that have been around for nearly 20 years. Here’s a look at a promising funding source that more nonprofits should know about.

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“You Always Want to go Back.” A Revered Artist Colony Gets Serious About Raising Money

“You Always Want to go Back.” A Revered Artist Colony Gets Serious About Raising Money

When the primary benefactor behind a nonprofit goes away, it can be a rough transition to a new and sustainable funding model. Some organizations don’t survive. The Ucross Foundation’s artist colony is determined to learn the ways of fundraising.

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“Joy Budget.” How This Company Expanded its Giving to Build Employee Power

“Joy Budget.” How This Company Expanded its Giving to Build Employee Power

Tito’s Homemade Vodka now calls itself a charity company that “just happens to sell vodka on the side.” Its expanded philanthropy pays keen attention to improving employee satisfaction, productivity, and—of course—the bottom line.

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Dire Predictions That Tax Reform Will Depress Giving Appear to be Wrong—At Least So Far

Dire Predictions That Tax Reform Will Depress Giving Appear to be Wrong—At Least So Far

A major falloff in charitable donations may yet materialize as a result of changes in federal tax law. But interviews with more than two dozen experts who track nonprofit giving reveal that fundraising kept going strong in 2018, with many groups pulling in donations at record levels.

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Does Anyone Care? A Case Study of Funding Research on Rare Diseases

Does Anyone Care? A Case Study of Funding Research on Rare Diseases

Funding for rare diseases rarely comes from foundations or billionaire donors. Instead, it mostly comes from the families and friends of people affected. Here’s an example of how a small community of donors can underwrite significant research.

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