Please encourage your board members to attend one of these policy forums.
Three policy forums are being offered to keep you informed on state and federal tax policy. Please encourage your board members to attend.
What's the Issue?
On the state and federal level, there is a lot at stake for every nonprofit in budget and tax debates right now. The Nebraska Legislature will again convene in January facing a significant budget shortfall, projected at roughly $195 million in the current two-year budget cycle.

Simultaneously, the U.S. Senate is considering a package to overhaul the tax code, which has far-reaching implications for nonprofits, including two that NAM is watching closely. First, changes to the charitable tax deduction may mean that only 5% of tax payers will itemize deductions leading to a drastic reduction in charitable contributions. Second, changes to the Johnson Amendment are also included in this package, which would end nonpartisanship for nonprofits, something that is essential to charitable nonprofit existence.
Take Action Now!
Join NAM and the OpenSky Policy Institute to learn about what's happening and to discuss potential impacts on nonprofit organizations. Three policy forums are planned exclusively for nonprofit staff and their board members. Please RSVP to one of the three scheduled below.
Omaha | RSVP Now
Thursday, November 30, 8:30 - 10:00 am
Omaha Conservatory of Music
7023 Cass Street, Omaha
Lincoln | RSVP Now
Monday, December 4, 3:00 - 4:30 pm
Nonprofit Hub
211 N 14th St, Lincoln
Grand Island | RSVP Now
Friday, December 8, 9:30 - 11:00 am
The Chocolate Bar
116 W 3rd St, Grand Island

Thank you!

Anne Hindery, CEO
Nonprofit Association of the Midlands
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