February Nonprofit Spotlight: Bread & Roses Community Fund
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by Kayci
1y ago
February Nonprofit SpotlightBread & Roses Community Fund Bread & Roses Community Fund has been selected for February’s Nonprofit Spotlight! Who They Are:Bread & Roses Community Fund is the Philadelphia region’s social justice fund and leading funder of grassroots organizing for racial, social, and economic justice. Their slogan is, “Change, not charity,” because their goal is radical transformation of society. Since 1977, Bread & Roses has been connecting donors and organizers to move money into grassroots organizing by communities of color and across the region. They also prov ..read more
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January Nonprofit Spotlight: Home of the Sparrow
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by Kayci
1y ago
January Nonprofit SpotlightHome of the Sparrow Home of the Sparrow has been selected for January’s Nonprofit Spotlight! Who They Are: Home of the Sparrow’s mission is to provide Hope, Opportunity and Support that empowers women and children as they journey from homelessness to self-sufficiency. Home of the Sparrow opened its doors as a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit homeless shelter in 1987. Today, Home of the Sparrow not only provides Transitional Shelter, but also Affordable Housing and Rapid Re-Housing combined with Supportive Services that address the core issues of homelessness. Home of ..read more
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Fleming Petenko Founders Named to the Irish Legal 100
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by Kayci
1y ago
Founders Noel A. Fleming and Kayci D. Petenko were named to the Irish Legal 100, an annual compilation of distinguished U.S. legal professionals in the United States who share Irish ancestry. The annual list includes attorneys, legal scholars and members of the judiciary who have distinguished themselves in their fields of endeavor. Learn more and access the digital editions of the Irish Legal 100 here. The post Fleming Petenko Founders Named to the Irish Legal 100 appeared first on Fleming Petenko Law ..read more
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Year-End Planning – Expansion of Charitable Deductions for 2021
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by Kayci
1y ago
As the year comes to a close, it’s important to remember that the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”) expanded the deductibility of charitable contributions to incentivize charitable giving. Many provisions of the CARES Act that were first enacted in 2020 were extended into 2021 under the Consolidated Appropriations Act (the “CAA”).  Above-the-Line Charitable Deductions – For Non-Itemizers Prior to the CARES Act, taxpayers who took the standard deduction could not deduct charitable contributions. However, for 2021, individual taxpayers may dedu ..read more
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Corporate Vision’s Small Business Awards 2021
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by Kayci
1y ago
Fleming Petenko Law is thrilled to announce that our firm was recently recognized as the Best NPO Boutique Law Firm in Pennsylvania by Corporate Vision’s Small Business Awards 2021. Click here to learn more about Corporate Vision’s Small Business Awards. The post Corporate Vision’s Small Business Awards 2021 appeared first on Fleming Petenko Law ..read more
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December Nonprofit Spotlight: Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission
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by Kayci
1y ago
December Nonprofit Spotlight Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission has been selected for December’s Nonprofit Spotlight! Who They Are: Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission serves those experiencing homelessness in Philadelphia. The Mission offers an array of homeless day services and clinics to men and women. Additionally, the Mission has a 30-day men’s emergency shelter which is Philadelphia’s largest for men and offers a 12-month transitional housing program to men. The Mission relies on the generous private contributions of caring individuals, families, churches, and bu ..read more
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November Nonprofit Spotlight: Share Food Program
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by Kayci
1y ago
November Nonprofit Spotlight Share Food Program Share Food Program has been selected for November’s Nonprofit Spotlight! Who They Are: Share Food Program (“Share“) is the largest-serving hunger relief organization in the Philadelphia region, and one of the largest independent food banks in the nation. Share’s distributed food comes from government partners, supermarkets, wholesalers, restaurants, farms, food drives, and more. Share purchases, coordinates, stores, packages, and distributes millions of pounds of food every month. The end goal? Raising support and breaking down barriers for hungr ..read more
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October Nonprofit Spotlight: Philadelphia Education Fund
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by Kayci
1y ago
October Nonprofit Spotlight Philadelphia Education Fund Philadelphia Education Fund has been selected for October’s Nonprofit Spotlight! Who They Are: The Philadelphia Education Fund (“PEF“) creates equitable access to opportunities for students by providing resources and expertise that build paths to college and career success. Their vision is for all young people in Philadelphia to have the skills and opportunity to succeed in college and career. What kind of support does PEF need the most right now? PEF leads with its mission and service, so first to mind comes the needs of its students. It ..read more
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Save the Date: South Jersey Non Profit Summit
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by Kayci
1y ago
SAVE THE DATE: Tuesday, April 26, 2022 For more information: southjerseynonprofitsummit.org The post Save the Date: South Jersey Non Profit Summit appeared first on Fleming Petenko Law ..read more
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September Nonprofit Spotlight: Minding Your Mind
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by Kayci
1y ago
September Nonprofit Spotlight Minding Your Mind Minding Your Mind has been selected for September’s Nonprofit Spotlight! Who They Are: Minding Your Mind’s primary objective is to provide mental health education to adolescents, teens, and young adults, their parents, teachers, and school administrators. Their goal is to reduce the stigma and destructive behaviors often associated with mental health issues. Treatment is available, yet only 3 out of 10 individuals needing help actually seek help. MYM programs move away from crisis-based response to prevention through education. MYM’s educational ..read more
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