Tax plan could hurt charities
President Obama’s proposal to limit charitable deductions for wealthy Americans could mean a $9 billion drop in giving, one expert says.
Tax plan not seen swaying wealthy givers
Changes in the charitable-deduction rate and the estate tax will have little effect on most wealthy givers, a new study says.
Nonprofits weigh in on Obama budget
As nonprofit leaders begin to digest the details of the president’s $3.55 trillion budget, both praise and criticism emerge.
VolunteerMatch teams with Google Earth
The new partnership will allow web users to view aerial maps of VolunteerMatch’s list of thousands of volunteer opportunities.
Obama gets advice on working with nonprofits
To help boost collaboration between government and nonprofits, a national nonprofit group has issued recommendations for helping nonprofits weather the economic downturn.
Campaign calls Americans to serve
A new public-service advertising campaign, launched by the Presidential Inauguration Committee and the Advertising Council, aims to inspire U.S. citizens to volunteer.
Websites team up for social change
MySpace and Change.org have unveiled ‘Ideas for Change in America,’ an online effort that lets Internet users share their ideas for resolving the most pressing issues in the U.S.
Coalition aims to link service with ideas
At the ServiceNation Summit, marking the seventh anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, America Forward focused on linking innovative ideas with a strong desire to serve.