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Donors and the CARES Act

In the face of economic turbulence, which continues to rattle the economy and nonprofits, many are asking: what can I do? The CARES Act, a sweeping $2 trillion stimulus bill
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The CARES Act includes several provisions to encourage charitable giving and bolster household income. These provisions may be used to encourage donors now—and for the remainder of 2020. For Major
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Behavioral economics, popularized by Nobel Prize winner and award-winning author, Richard Thaler, opens our eyes to the unseen forces that shape our day-to-day life. We were inspired to adapt this
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Think of a capital or comprehensive campaign like running a marathon. You wouldn’t show up at the starting line without training, or immediately sit down as soon as you crossed
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A children’s museum can tell a donor that it educates 10,000 students each year—that 50% of its visiting schools come from low-income districts, that 1,200 youth participate in the “Girls
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The importance of public spaces—urban parks, multi-use green spaces, conservatories—has never been greater. Green spaces offer critical solutions to 21st-century challenges; they improve mental and physical health, enhance our air and water, attract residents and businesses, benefit local economies through increased tourism and spending, and build community as spaces of diversity and inclusion. True to their nature as “public goods,” these places benefit all.

A new Giving USA Special Report, The Evolution of Workplace Giving, shows that corporate giving reached $20.77 billion dollars in 2017—its highest level ever. Workplace giving has evolved so that
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