Federal level

Suggestions for Tax Provisions to Help Nonprofits Respond to Natural Disasters

On June 5, the Center met with staff for Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) and several other members of Congress from North Carolina and then submitted suggestions for four ways that Congress can provide tax assistance to help tax-exempt nonprofits more efficiently and effectively provide relief and recovery services after natural disasters.

Government Shutdown Action Alert

Another Federal Government Shutdown Is Looming

Take Six Minutes to Protect the Public and Build Stronger Nonprofits

The 35-day partial shutdown of the federal government caused widespread disruptions in the lives of millions of people. Fortunately, our nonprofits were there to address problems, maintain well-being, and help communities. However, we also understand that the effects of the shutdown will be with us for some time, and many people and organizations will not recover soon.

2018 Capitol Hill Visits

The Center recently visited Washington, DC to advocate with our members of Congress on nonprofit issues. These include:

1. Protecting nonprofit nonpartisanship.

2. UBIT

3. Universal charitable deduction.

4. 2020 U.S.Census

5. Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program