Suzanne Coffman, on 1/30/18 9:15 AM
Suzanne Coffman, on 1/24/18 8:00 AM
There’s been much discussion recently about how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which became law on December 22, 2017, will affect charitable contributions. It’s an important conversation. But there are other issues arising from the act that nonprofits should be aware of. Here are several from the 2018 Tax Law Checklist published by the National Council of Nonprofits. To view the complete list and get more information, view the checklist and the Council’s resource page for charitable nonprofits.
Earlier this month, we published a list of the GuideStar Newsletter articles subscribers read most last year. Today, we're looking at the GuideStar Blog posts that caught your attention. Because the first 8 were also in the newsletter top 10, we're extending this list to 15 posts.
Suzanne Coffman, on 1/3/18 8:00 AM
Happy New Year! It’s time for our round-up of the GuideStar Newsletter articles you read most last year. As was true in 2016—and to an extent in 2015—you veered away from the traditional formula of fundraising, boards, and boards and fundraising. You were still interested in those topics, but you read articles about other subjects as well.
Suzanne Coffman, on 12/29/17 8:00 AM
After Hurricane Harvey hit at the end of August, we pulled together a list of nonprofits helping with relief and recovery efforts. We included Greater Houston Community Foundation (GHCF), which is administering the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund created by Houston mayor Sylvester Turner and county judge Ed Emmett. In a later post, we recommended giving to expert-sponsored funds in response to natural disasters. Once again, we listed the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund at GHCF.
Recent years have been ... eventful ... for the healthcare industry. Economic pressures have led smaller community hospitals to close or merge with larger systems. Regulatory changes have forced hospitals to adopt new processes. How have these changes affected hospital foundations? A new report by the Wilmington Trust examines this question for New York State hospitals.
What happens when nonprofits that provide vital services suddenly aren’t there anymore? A new report by Oliver Wyman, SeaChange Capital Partners, and GuideStar reveals what could happen in Philadelphia.
Since Sunday, wildfires have raged in California. At least 29 people have died, thousands have lost their homes, and entire communities have been devastated.
We have a few suggestions for how you can help rescue and recovery efforts.
Suzanne Coffman, on 10/3/17 8:00 AM
Harvey. Mexico. Irma. Mexico (again). Maria. Between hurricanes and earthquakes, it’s been a rough few weeks. As the communities affected by these events turn from disaster relief to disaster recovery, you can help.
Suzanne Coffman, on 9/12/17 8:15 AM
The 2017 GuideStar Nonprofit Compensation Report has arrived! The 17th edition in our annual series, the 2017 report remains the only large-scale nonprofit compensation analysis based entirely on IRS data. Like all of the previous editions, it was analyzed and written by GuideStar senior research fellow Chuck McLean.