According to Neon CRM, nearly 1/3 of annual giving occurs in December, and more than 1/4 of non-profits raise 26%-50% of their annual funds at year end. Are you ready? 1. Is your Wish List up to date? Whether you use an Amazon Wish List, post on social media, or keep a wish list on your website, check now to be sure the list is … Continue reading 4 things to do now to be ready for the Giving Season
Learn about the variety of volunteer opportunities shelters and rescue groups offer. Download the article below, and then check out the latest issue of Flagstaff-Sedona Dog Magazine. Continue reading The Animals Need You and You Need Them
July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month, and it’s not too late to start talking about what pet owners need to do to prevent lost pets, and how to best go about finding them if they go missing. Here are some links and ideas you can use on your organization’s website to help educate the public about this very emotional issue. Found Animals is a … Continue reading Information you need to help prevent lost pets
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Encourage donors age 70-1/2 and over to donate their required annual IRA distributions. Traditional IRAs require annual distributions be taken once the account holder reaches age 70-1/2. Continue reading Automatic Recurring Donations Can Help Mitigate Tax Consequences For Your Non-Profit
Encourage donors age 70-1/2 and over to donate their required annual IRA distributions. Traditional IRAs require annual distributions be taken once the account holder reaches age 70-1/2. Continue reading IRA Disbursement Donations May Help Mitigate the Effect of Changes in Tax Law on Your Non-Profit
Nothing changed in the basic capital gains tax structure as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, so donations of stocks that have appreciated retain their appeal from a tax perspective. Continue reading Stock Donations May Help Mitigate the Effect of Changes in Tax Law on Your Non-Profit
Raising the standard deduction was intended to help simplify the tax code by encouraging taxpayers not to itemize deductions. That is good for taxpayers, but it doesn’t bode well for non-profits in 2018. Continue reading Non-Profits Could Lose Up To $100 Billion in 2018.
The best minds in the business, from Maddie’s Fund to the National Canine Research Council to Merial all agree that visual identification of breeds of dogs is poor at best. Continue reading Google Gets In The Breed ID Game
Every organization should have clear, definable, written goals for social media. Continue reading What Are Your Social Media Goals?