Holiday donations make a real impact, so it’s critical donors’ hard-earned dollars go to groups that operate ethically.
In true 2020 fashion, even the Internal Revenue Service is changing things up.
This time of year, charities fortunate enough to secure a matching gift tout that donors can double their impact thanks to a generous third-party. However, it's not always what it seems.
Fall, what does it bring us? The more celebrated gifts include rustic colors, hearty food and pumpkin spice lattes. For the business community, though, this time of year ushers in an important stretch of social opportunities: gala season.
There’s a damaging belief that the more a charity spends on its programs, the better the organization. This overhead myth places pressure on nonprofits in numerous ways.
Logic tells us the best way to support your favorite small business is to spend money with them. That’s absolutely true. You should shop at the local restaurants, retailers and service providers that you want to see succeed. But if 2020 has limited your financial flexibility, know that there are other ways to support small businesses and local charities that don’t directly impact your budget.
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