Tax Incentives for Corporate Giving Programs: What Measures Increase Funds Available?
Webb, Natalie J.
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In recent years, politicians have called upon the private sector to provide increased support to nonprofit organizations. Included in this call is the public's expectation that the nonprofit sector supply solutions to current social problems. While politicians and the public expect corporations to provide increasing financial support to social services organizations, many nonprofit managers find corporate giving a confusing arena (Zippay, 1992).
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