Use these templates for Come Home Award Program recipients.
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Come Home Awards Concepts for Implementation from Philanthropy West Virginia.
Council of Michigan Foundations created a Talent Retention Program Manual to explore the concept of offering financial incentives for local college graduates to return to their local communities for work.
Philanthropy West Virginia created this overview sheet for the Come Home Award Program legislation.
Philanthropy West Virginia created this letter template to send to U.S. Senators regarding the Come Home Award legislation.
To aid the outreach and advocacy for support and passage of U.S. Senate Bill 676, the Workforce Development Through Post-Graduation Scholarships Act of 2019, this document provides sample social media posts for your organization’s adaption and usage.
Media release from Philanthropy West Virginia on S. 676, the Workforce Development Through Post-Graduation Scholarships Act of 2019.
A fact sheet of frequently asked questions on Treasury's SALT workarounds final rule.
United Philanthropy Forum submitted comments for the record in advance of the Committee on Ways and Means hearing entitled "Ending the TCJA Tax on Houses of Worship, Charities, and Nonprofits."
For those interested in learning about the process and framework for creating a philanthropy liaison, Philanthropy California has shared some resources available here.
The Council of Michigan Foundations (CMF) submitted comments to Treasury asking for clarification on the new excise tax on excess compensation paid by tax-exempt organizations.
Charitable Giving Coalition statement on the Giving USA results for 2018.
United Philanthropy Forum is seeking to hire a Senior Manager of Public Policy who is responsible for ensuring that the Forum works as effectively as possible to advance the work of our members to engage in government relations, advocacy and public policy work at the state, regional and national level.
United Philanthropy Forum submitted a letter to Representative Serrano and the House Appropriations Committee to protect section 534 in the FY 2020 CJS Appropriations legislation (H.R. 3055). This provision would prohibit the addition of questions on the 2020 Census that were not part of the 2018 End-to-End Census Test.
Reference this table for all the unrelated business income tax (UBIT) legislation currently introduced in the 116th Congress.
Prepared by The Leadership Conference, this fact sheet provides an update on the FY 2020 appropriations process for funding the 2020 Census.
This toolkit presents easy-to-use resources to help nonprofits and funders take action to advance talent justice. The tools can be used by both nonprofits and funders to increase their investments in talent justice at all stages of the nonprofit career lifecycle.
Seeking ways to maximize the social and economic returns of their place-based impact investments, foundations, CDFIs, private investors, and others are turning to collaboration.
Guide your philanthropy clients through the complexities of their work in diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) with our DEI Toolkit for Consultants to Grantmakers.
This toolkit defines the professional knowledge, skills, and abilities expected of grants management professionals regardless of area of specialization, the size of your organization or role within the field. By identifying both the functional responsibilities and the knowledge needed for success in every area of grants management, the competencies provide a comprehensive look at the profession. This model offers everyone working in grants management a pathway to professional success.