Fifteen hundred higher education professionals gathered this week to learn about trends and best practices at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District III Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
The US Trust Study of High Net Worth Philanthropy is out. It shares the key reasons individuals' choose, give and continue to support organizations and specific missions. Is your organization in tune with these four deciding factors?
Jane DiFolco Parker from Auburn University shares the success of the $1 billion Because This is Auburn campaign and her experiences working with Alexander Haas.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the U.S. tax reform bill signed into law late last year, repeals a rule that allowed taxpayers to deduct 80 percent of a contribution made for the right to purchase tickets for college and university athletic events.
This new calendar year brings with it a number of tax policy changes that will undoubtedly impact nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit leaders – particularly Board members – seek quick information and statistics to navigate this new landscape.
Here’s what we know: The United States has a new set of rules for income taxation. Here’s what we don’t know: What do these new rules mean to philanthropic giving? Individuals and businesses are struggling to figure out what impact, if any, the new tax law has on them.
Mark’s extensive professional experience and education position him well to serve a variety of Alexander Haas clients. Mark shares how he keeps track of industry trends and why the number of healthcare organizations in need of fundraising counsel continue to grow.
What impact did the not-for-profit community have as it conveyed its concerns about the bill’s potential dampening effect on giving? The Chronicle of Philanthropy provides a perspective.