Congress recently passed a tax bill reducing taxes for the majority of Americans. While this may be good news for some households, the tax change will double the standard deduction and may reduce the incentive to donate to charity—it is estimated to cost charities $12 to 20 billion annually.
This year, if you’re benefiting from tax changes, consider giving back. Try one of these simple ways to give back, courtesy of the The New York Times. Our favorite?
- The tax bill is expected to cost charities up to $20 billion annually, and these charities and the people they support need your help more than ever.
Read more about #GiveItBack in the The New York Times.
Your good fortune can save a life, find a cure, or rebuild a community. It’s easy to give wisely: Community Health Charities has more than 2,000 Better Business Bureau trusted health charities needing your support. We have multiple ways to incorporate workplace giving into your organization’s culture, whether you’re looking to institute payroll deductions in a customizable platform or simply make it easy for employees to give with a Give Now page.