Support children separated from their parents at border

Erin Dreiling News, Philanthropic Resources 0 Comments

The separation of nearly 2,500 children from their parents who are seeking asylum or immigration at our southern border has created a child welfare disaster. Separation of a child from their parent leaves an irreversible mark of trauma on a young life. Reports from the detainment camps detail the mental …

Clare S. Richie

Book Club: Type R

Clare Richie Book Club, Philanthropic Resources

By Clare Richie, public policy specialist At different points in our personal and professional lives, we can all face unforeseen challenges. A diagnosis, a downturn or a new threat. But one person’s doom-and-gloom is another person’s cue to rise. In the book Type R, mother-daughter authors and work-life experts Stephanie …

New tax laws and your giving

Christy Eckoff, director, gift planning Philanthropic Resources 0 Comments

Now that the new tax law has been enacted, there are several new provisions that impact charitable giving. The doubling of the standard deduction may lead to new patterns of giving for many of our donors. Below are a few things to consider in your future giving strategy: The stock …