Ohio taxpayers can receive a state tax credit of up to a $750 for donations to certified 501(c)(3) organizations that award academic scholarships for students to attend primary and secondary schools.
The new system enables professional solicitors to file solicitation notices and campaign financial reports online. Emailed notices and financial reports will no longer be accepted after October 1, 2021.
The results of the third wave of the Ohio Nonprofit COVID-19 Survey tell a story of the nonprofit sector’s resilience and contribution. The nonprofit sector has rallied during the pandemic to provide new services to new populations and to create partnerships with other organizations.
Although crowdfunding as a concept has been around much longer than the term, its use has expanded rapidly with the advent of the internet. For the unwary, the worldwide reach of the internet can be both a boon and a trap when it comes to crowdfunding.
The health crisis is causing charities across Ohio to alter or eliminate programs, seek new sources of funding, and even consider dissolving. The resources provided here can assist charities facing these situations and lend insight into the ways the pandemic is affecting Ohio's charitable sector.
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