A letter from the Forum and national partners regarding the Accelerating Charitable Efforts (or ACE Act).
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This membership guide will help you make the most of your membership and become a part of our network of regional and national philanthropy-serving organizations.
United Philanthropy Forum's Sponsorship Package for Foundations on the Hill 2024 lists opportunities for supporting FOTH, sponsor benefits, and details about how to sponsor FOTH.
On June 22, 2020, the Forum submitted comments encouraging the Federal Reserve System to include a loan forgiveness provision and not to exclude nonprofits with less than 50 employees in the Main Street Lending Program to provide access to credit for nonprofit organizations (which are often led by and serve communities of color, communities hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic).
United Philanthropy Forum sends letter to House Ways & Means and Education & Labor, supporting Secure 2.0 legislation, that includes a Legacy IRA provision.
The convening of the 117th Congress and the inauguration of a new presidential administration provides the Forum with an opportunity to apply a renewed focus to its public policy work over the next two years. To that end, the Forum has developed six public policy principles that will guide our work during that time.
Forum statement of record submitted to Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee of the United States Senate, regarding May 2, 2023 hearing: "Improving Access to Federal Grants for Underserved Communities."
United Philanthropy Forum’s Charitable Act Engagement Toolkit is designed to assist member-PSOs with the promotion of the Philanthropy Day of Action and to guide PSOs and their members’ advocacy efforts on October 4th in support of the Charitable Act.
Made for FOTH Advocacy Team Leads, this guide includes tips for scheduling Hill meetings in preparation for Foundations on the Hill.
The convening of the 118th Congress provides the Forum with an opportunity to build on a renewed focus of its public policy work over the next two years. To that end, the Forum has developed six public policy principles that will guide our work during that time.