In this episode, Kristina, Allison, and Ben remind everyone in the charitable community (yes, every single one of you) to get out and vote, encourage others to do so, and consider a few other permissible political activities this fall. They also discuss what’s to come during the lame-duck session and sit down with Patrick Rooney, executive associate dean for academic programs at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University, to talk about changes in Americans’ giving habits.
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- A Neglected Issue on the Campaign Path: Nonprofits Face Unfair Tax Increase, Jeff Moore in the Chronicle of Philanthropy
- The Growth in Total Household Giving Is Camouflaging a Decline in Giving by Small and Medium Donors: What Can We Do About It? – Patrick Rooney in the Nonprofit Quarterly
- With a Deluge of New Nonprofit Taxes, a Trickle of Guidance, Independent Sector
- Lilly Family School of Philanthropy