A new report on Americans’ charitable giving shows giving has surpassed the prerecession mark. Giving USA 2015 estimates a record $358.4 billion in charitable giving last year, representing an increase of 7.1% over the previous year.
The American Red Cross is providing shelter, food and relief supplies in response to devastating floods and tornadoes in Texas and Oklahoma.
The Senate voted last night to extend the tax extenders—including the IRA charitable rollover—for 1 year, retroactive for 2014.
Philanthropy Southwest's Lucille DiDomenico joins more than 50 distinguished speakers and panelists from throughout Texas and the nation for this decision-maker’s convening event to network and increase the effectiveness of postsecondary success leading to living wage employment in Texas,
Congress is back in session and foundations are asked to consider contacting their Senators to support the America Gives Act.
If adopted, the Act would make the IRA charitable rollover permanent, simplify the private foundation excise tax, and extend the deadline for claiming charitable contributions.
A new study released today by Philanthropy Southwest shows a healthy philanthropic sector in the southwestern U.S., with both giving and assets increasing significantly.
Foundation Source’s 2014 Annual Report on Private Foundations provides a first look into the 2013 investment and grantmaking performance of private foundations with less than $50 million in assets.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR), speaking April 1 at the annual member meeting of the National Council of Nonprofits, made his clearest statement of support for charitable giving tax incentives and for the work of charitable non