Blog: The “How to?” of Domestic Grantmaking

Year End Giving

When deciding to make a tax deductible donation, many philanthropists limit their gifts to domestic charitable organizations that are registered as 501(c)(3) non-profit corporations. International giving is an option…Learn more.


Soliciting Tax Deductible Donations in the US: Do I Need to be a 501(c)(3)?

In 2005, philanthropic contributions by individuals reached an all-time high, accounting for 2.4% of disposable income. In the subsequent decade we have seen that number fluctuate due mostly to economic hardship and general financial volatility worldwide. Despite facing many of the same issues that can negatively affect American non-profit organizations, however, foreign charitable organizations have enjoyed a rapid increase in giving over the last decade.


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The coronavirus pandemic has become an amplifier of the structural racism that exists in the United States. In an age when anyone can reach mass audiences through social media, evidence of unequal treatment and racial bias toward the Black community abounds. Guided by their mission, “to help people respond effectively to injustices in the world,”… CONTINUE READING >>

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