As the world adapts to life during a pandemic, nonprofit leaders and philanthropists are looking for support during these uncertain times. Under the historic $2 trillion stimulus bill, all taxpayers will be able to deduct up to $300 in cash giving for the 2020 tax year, nonprofits will be eligible for federal loans that could largely be forgiven, and tax incentives are boosted for corporate giving.
What does it mean for your organization and how can you use these and other elements of the new legislation to further your mission?
Register now for our virtual forum on Tuesday, April 7th, as a panel of experts discuss the new legislation and what it means for the nonprofit sector. They’ll examine key questions you may have, including:
● What’s included in the new stimulus bill that aids nonprofits of different missions and sizes
● How nonprofits can apply for and manage the new Small Business Administration loans
● How fundraisers can effectively communicate about and make the most of the $300 universal charitable deduction
This forum will be hosted by Dan Parks, Senior Editor of Digital and Data at The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Attendees can ask questions, share advice, and provide support to one another during this tumultuous time. Please note that the live event will be recorded. All registrants will receive a link to the recording and transcript.
- Allison Grayson
Director, Policy Development and Analysis @Independent Sector
- Peter Fissinger
President and CEO @Campbell & Company
- Lee Foley
Senior Advisor, America Forward; Partner, Capitol Hill Partners