Excellence in Public-Philanthropic Partnerships Exchange's first interactive learning opportunity: a panel via phone call with a former Secretary's Awards Winner.
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Council Hosts Inaugural Public Policy Summit in Philadelphia; Disagreement Over Rescissions Bill Persists in Congress; Package of Bills to Reform IRS Advances Out of Committee; Treasury Announces First Wave of “Opportunity Zones;" Agreement Reached Between Treasury, OMB on Implementation of Tax Law Regulations; and, In the States: Interest Grows for Medicaid Work and Volunteering Eligibility Mandates, Making Sure Donations Don’t Determine Domicile
A recap of the 2018 Public Policy Summit.
Foundations who wish to provide nonpartisan support to encourage voter participation and strengthen democracy now have comprehensive new resources. On Thursday, April 12, the Council on Foundations, Independent Sector, and Nonprofit VOTE will release two new toolkits at the Council on Foundation's Public Policy Summit in Philadelphia: Voter Engagement Toolkit for Community Foundations and Voter Engagement Toolkit for Private Foundations.The toolkits will also available at nonprofitvote.org/foundationtoolkit/.
Leading Together 2019 is a gathering of leaders in philanthropy and other influencers in business, government, and academia eager to connect, learn, and share with one another. We take learning and relationships seriously. Talks go deep and connect dots. Connections are welcomed and real.
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: President, Congressional Leaders Eye Spending Reductions; Trump to Nominate Muzinich for Deputy Treasury Secretary; Updates to IRS Publication 526 Regarding Giving for Natural Disasters; and, In the States: SALT Workaround Enacted in New York, Oklahoma Preserves Charitable Giving Incentive
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Omnibus Signed into Law, Averting Another Shutdown; House Continues Push for IRS Reform; Guidance Forthcoming on New UBIT Laws; and, In the States: Interest Grows for Medicaid Work and Volunteering Eligibility Mandates, Making Sure Donations Don’t Determine Domicile
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Congress Set to Vote on Omnibus Ahead of Friday Deadline; A Recap of Foundations on the Hill 2018; President Trump Shakes-Up Administration; FEMA Announces Webinars to Discuss Strategic Plan; and, In the States: Expanding Minnesota Non-Itemizer Deductions, Donor Disclosures in the Legislatures
In This Week's Edition of Snapshot: Budget Conversations Continue on Capitol Hill; Council and ICNL Hold Congressional Briefing on FARA; Council Submits Comments to Treasury/IRS on DAF Situations; POTUS Nominates IRS Chief Counsel; White House Chief Economic Advisor Resigns; and, In the States: SALT Workarounds Draw Congressional Attention, Inconsistent Interpretations of Partisan Speech in Texas
The Council on Foundations wrote to the Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to urge them to take measured care in drafting proposed regulations so as not to penalize appropriate uses of donor advised funds (DAFs).