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Reacting to the New Tax Law as a Nonprofit

Is the new tax law making you anxious? You’re not alone. Any strategy that relied on the tax deduction is going to be a whole lot less likely to work.

The old tax code provided an incentive for “transactional relationships” between nonprofits and donors. The new tax law will likely see fewer people itemizing, meaning they’ll no longer have the same financial incentive to donate. Donations will increasingly become focused on building relationships versus simply asking for money.

Read more about how Joan Garry believes this new tax law has made strategic social media marketing even more critical.

Need help building a social media campaign, or support with other fundraising services? View our full list of services and let our team help your organization. Contact kristin@nonprofitresources.us for more information.


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Nonprofit Resources

Nonprofit Resources was formed with the idea that all nonprofits, large or small, need and deserve a professional staff at an affordable price. Incorporated in 2007, we're grounded in the experience of President Kristin Bennett’s 27 years as an Executive Director, and built as a team of specialists to serve all types of nonprofits. Nonprofit Resources employs all levels of executive, program, and administrative staff with a broad range of experience to meet your needs.

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