Member benefit highlight: GrantStation
Do you struggle to identify new funding sources? GrantStation can help!
NAO members have access to benefits like the GrantStation Membership Value Program! This powerful benefit provides services that grantseekers need, including the U.S. and International Charitable Giving Database, federal and state grants and loans, tutorials, live support from the GrantStation research team, and more. For $75 NAO members receive full access to GrantStation services, a value of $699. To learn more about this benefit, click here.
Posted: February 8, 2018
Tax Reform Passed... Now What?
The end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018 have seen a lot of changes in federal policy that will have significant impact on the way nonprofits implement their business models, fundraising, and operations. In NAO's recent stakeholder newsletter, NAO's executive director Jim White talks about the real and projected impacts resulting from law and the shift in the winds for the nonprofit sector. As nonprofit leaders, we know that the giving patterns of our supporters are a lot more nuanced than these numbers may show. While it is true that a charitable tax deduction is an incentive, it is not the only reason people give. Americans, and Oregonians in particular, love their nonprofits. They care deeply about communities, they care about causes and they give in increasing numbers. Read more.
Posted: February 13, 2018
Curious about what the President’s budget proposal means for nonprofits?
In a special edition of Nonprofit Advocacy Matters, the National Council of Nonprofit summarizes the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 and the President’s FY 2019 budget proposals. Early this month, Congress passed and the President signed a bill that combines an unusual collection of federal fiscal actions: adopting another continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government funded through March 23, authorizing full-year spending authority for specified disaster relief, setting the upper spending levels for a two-year budget, adding to and cleaning up some elements in the recent federal tax overhaul, and addressing numerous other outstanding issues that have eluded congressional negotiators for months. The Trump Administration released the President’s annual budget blueprint of spending proposals for Congress to consider as it develops appropriations bills for fiscal year 2019 that begins October 1, 2018. To learn more about how the new federal fiscal policies and proposals will affect the work of charitable nonprofits click here.