Tell Congress to Fight for Charities
Congress should support American values of giving by expanding the charitable giving tax benefits - not reducing them
Under the Administration’s tax proposal, 28 million people will lose their tax incentive to give to charities. Some of the provisions could result in $13.1 billion less in giving each year. If the entire proposal is enacted, this could result in $34 billion less in giving each year. This will damage the very fabric of the charitable sector. Raise your voice & tell Congress to fight for charities by expanding the charitable giving tax benefits to all Americans.
*Estimate from Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy & Urban Institute Center for Nonprofits and Philanthropy.