Sarah Ford | June 26, 2013

New Government Rules Puts American Not-for-Profits at Risk

This April the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in the U.S. proposed new rules to the Federal Register that will dramatically affect the way Federal employees donate to charities through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and put American not-for-profits at risk. Till now nearly $7 billion of unrestricted funds have been raised and additional tens of billions of dollars leveraged for such organizations across the States through this program as the CFC is one the most effective ways for government and military personnel to donate to causes that they choose to support. Now this money is under threat.

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