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Released: 06/2014

Preview of key facts on U.S. Foundations, 2014 Edition, the primary publication which documents the overall size of the U.S. foundation community.

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Released: 04/2013

Has the loss of the Michigan Community Foundation Tax Credit resulted in a decrease in 2012 charitable giving?

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Released: 09/2015

This report from the Children's Defense Fund summarizes data on children in Michigan, with statistics on demographics, poverty, health, education, welfare, etc.

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Released: 02/2012

View the latest family foundations Grantmaker Data collected by the Foundation Center.

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Released: 12/2013

While civic foundations and community foundations share some similar characteristics, this document clarifies the primary differences between the two types of organizations.

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Released: 01/2013

Through 2013, people age 70 1/2 and older can transfer up to $100,000 of IRA assets to public charities without triggering federal income taxes today or estate tax in the future. This fact sheet from the Council on Foundations outlines the legislation and the details.

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Released: 10/2014

Community Foundation Atlas is the most comprehensive directory of the world's community foundation movement. The online platform, available at CommunityFoundationAtlas.org, maps the identities, locations, assets, roles and achievements of place-based philanthropies around the world. The tool gives profiles of community foundations, facts and infographics on the growth of the sector, and stories that highlight the movement's global impact.

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Released: 06/2014

Giving USA: The Annual Report on Philanthropy is the seminal publication reporting on the sources and uses of charitable giving in the United States. First published in 1956, Giving USA: The Annual Report on Philanthropy is the longest running, most comprehensive report on philanthropy in the United States

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Released: 12/2014

New Rules on Costs, Reimbursement of Nonprofits Finalized. Governments at all levels – local, state, and federal – that hire nonprofits to deliver services are now required to reimburse nonprofits for the reasonable indirect costs (sometimes called “overhead” or “administrative” costs) they incur on behalf of governments when federal dollars are part of the funding stream.

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Released: 04/2016
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