Schultz & Williams President Scott Schultz weighs in on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Scott also offers a Snap Shot of how some tax laws have changed, suggesting they may have an impact on philanthropy and the nonprofit sector in 2018.
In whatever way 2018 unfolds, we anticipate a year of change in giving across the board— including the extension of patterns we’ve been observing for the past few years, as well as the continued rise of new trends that emerged in 2017.
Whether you’re a large development shop or a one-(wo)man show, a healthy prospect pipeline is imperative to your organization’s long-term sustainability.
Schultz & Williams client Children’s Mercy Hospital received two $75 million gifts for its Children’s Research Institute. The generous donations from the Hall Family Foundation and the Sunderland Foundation will go toward a new nine-story, 375,000-square-feet facility for Pediatric Research.
Schultz & Williams Vice President Jean Tickell was thrilled to be a judge for the second annual Brilliance Awards presented to independent schools for exceptional marketing and communications by InspirED School Marketers. “Entries were upbeat, creative, and authentic to each school’s identity,” she said.