Monthly Archives: March 2011

Decrease in Tax Deduction Could Not Come at a Worse Time

By Rick Dunham of member firm Dunham+Company The Obama administration’s 2012 budget calls for a decrease in the charitable tax deduction. Even more alarming, the Debt Reduction Task Force from the Bipartisan Policy Center recently suggested eliminating this deduction completely. … Continue reading

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DISASTER FUNDRAISING: FUNDRAISING DISASTER?

by Hank Goldstein of member firm The Oram Group New York Times reporter Stephanie Strom wrote this morning (March 16th) that “[m]any groups are quickly raising money in the aftermath of the disaster without really knowing how it will be … Continue reading

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The Only Cure for Donor Fatigue

by David King of member firm Alexander Haas It happened again. I was meeting with a school head recently and she told me, “Our fundraising is flat, we are experiencing a lot of donor fatigue.” I told her that I … Continue reading

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