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Year-End Tax Deductible Charitable Giving

Each year in December, many of us make donations to charities, in part, in order to receive certain tax benefits. The IRS provides a “2015 Tips List for Year End Gifts to Charity”, which  can be found online at https://www.irs.gov/uac/Six-IRS-Tips-for-Year-End-Gifts-to-Charity.

While we appreciate tax breaks, most people embrace the season of giving with a genuine desire to make a difference …

Year-End Giving: ‘Tis the season for Millennials

They are young, hip and trendy.  They do everything online and many can be spotted walking or biking to work or getting on and off the subway with earbuds in and eyes cast downward on their phones. They are the Millennial generation, adults ages 18 to 34, and they may be casual but they are also generous, kind and purposeful, …

Tips to secure corporate partners for your nonprofit

When it comes to finding a corporate partner for your nonprofit organization, doing one’s homework is critically important. Successfully approaching businesses requires a two-sided analysis.  These tips will help you to secure partnerships and sustain long term relationships:

  1. Know who you are. Do your homework – on you!  Make sure you have a clearly defined mission statement and your specific programs …

5 Ways to optimize your nonprofit awareness month

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and that means charities focused on or related to pediatric cancer can get a leg-up when it comes to promotion.  From local schools and businesses to national companies and press to volunteers and donors, “awareness” months, also called commemorative and observance months, give nonprofits the ability to reinforce and strengthen existing relationships …

The Key to Non-Profit Growth: Think like an entrepreneur

Here’s what we know. For profit companies develop a vision, strategic plan, execute it and grow.  So why shouldn’t non-profit organizations do the same? At CURE Childhood Cancer, our mission is to fund research that will lead to a cure for children’s cancer in which 16,000 new cases are diagnosed each year. So while we don't manufacture or service …