NOTES FROM THE OFFICE
Tax Reform Watch Continues
It’s been a busy week for charitable groups as we carefully watch the outcome of proposed tax reform legislation. NCDC has been working closely with our partners in the nonprofit sector to protect charitable giving. We have released a few statements this week on the issue, and most recently asked you to contact lawmakers.
This issue is moving very quickly and is constantly changing. We encourage you to make sure you are subscribed to Catholic Fundraising Weekly and follow us on social media for the latest updates. Take note of the hashtag #ProtectGiving, which is being used
NCDC member organizations received membership renewal notices this week by mail, sent to accredited representatives.
Renewing your membership in NCDC is a commitment to a community of fundraisers who believe what they do is a ministry. It is a commitment to standing together, learning together, growing together. It is a commitment to the future of mission and to our donors.
Commit to joining us in 2018 as we celebrate our Golden Jubilee as a community of Catholic fundraisers!
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NEWS FROM OUR MEMBERS
Members are preparing for the first “World Day of the Poor” taking place on November 19.
The Dominican Sisters (Amityville, NY) recently celebrated the 90th jubilee and 106th birthday of Sr. Regina Grace Wingenfeld. Local media covered the event.
The Archdiocese of the Military (Washington, DC) shared the most recent episode of their podcast, Catholic Military Life. Father Brian Klingele, Ch, Capt, USAF, newly stationed at Kunsan Air Base in South Korea, talks about celebrating the Good News of Jesus Christ in the shadow of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un's combative rhetoric and the renewed threat of nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula
Support Our Aging Religious (SOAR!) (Washington, DC) was featured in the Catholic Standard. The article highlighted SOAR’s awards dinner at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. on November 3.
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Rockville Centre, New York
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