United for Charity: Communications Toolkit

Independent Sector’s report, United for Charity, delves into the results of bipartisan polling of voters across the country and demonstrates the exceptionally support among voters for increasing collaboration between the government and the charitable sector and for expanding incentives for charitable giving.

Please use sample social media messages below to help us share this information.

Twitter

.@IndSector research finds American voters overwhelmingly support the charitable sector. Learn more. http://ow.ly/RFeX304nUcD #united4charity

78% of all voters encourage/expect policymakers to work w/ the charitable sector to solve problems. http://ow.ly/RFeX304nUcD #united4charity

.@IndSector research finds 74% of voters trust charities w/their checkbooks over federal govt. http://ow.ly/RFeX304nUcD #united4charity

88% of voters believe it should be easier to deduct charitable contributions from their taxes. http://ow.ly/RFeX304nUcD #united4charity

Giving is cool. 79% of voters think all taxpayers should be able to deduct charitable contributions. http://ow.ly/RFeX304nUcD #united4charity

Facebook/LinkedIn

New research commissioned by Independent Sector finds that 74% of American voters trust charities over the federal government with their checkbook. This and a number of findings on voter perceptions of the charitable sector are summarized in a new report, “United for Charity.” For more info and the full report, visit independentsector.org/polling

88% of voters believe it should be easier to deduct charitable contributions from their taxes. More findings on overwhelming voter support of the charitable sector are summarized in Independent Sector’s new report, “United for Charity.” For more info and the full report, visit independentsector.org/polling

87% of Americans expect and encourage policymakers to collaborate with the charitable sector as experts in their fields. New research, summarized in Independent Sector’s new report, “United for Charity,” finds that voters across the political spectrum are overwhelmingly united in support of the charitable sector. Learn more and view the full report at independentsector.org/polling

Newsletter Blurb

Voter polling commissioned by Independent Sector has found that, across the political spectrum, American voters are overwhelmingly united in support of the charitable sector. The findings are summarized in a new report, “United for Charity.”

As the report title suggests, voters show a high degree of trust and value in the charitable community. In particular, voters show exceptionally strong bipartisan support for expanded incentives for charitable giving and increased collaboration between government and the charitable sector. For more info and the full report, visit independentsector.org/polling.

We invite you to use #United4Charity to join the conversation about these new findings on social media.

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Policy Issues: Charitable Deduction, Charitable Giving, Lobbying & Political Activity, Nonprofit Operations, Tax & Fiscal Policy
Resource Types: Toolkit