Posts Tagged ‘Stimulus Package’

The Chronicle of Philanthropy notes that the stimulus package passed yesterday by the Senate leaves out several measures that nonprofit leaders had proposed to ease the impact of the economic climate on philanthropy.  Some of the ideas left out include a $15 billion bridge-loan fund and a “flat” excise tax for private foundations.  Read the full article here.

Read more about the status of the stimulus package here at the NY Times, and read Jane Walesop-ed on how Obama should partner with philanthropy from last month in the SF Chronicle.

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