What the GOP tax bill means for California nonprofits
Nicolas Duquette, an assistant professor at USC’s Sol Price School of Public Policy, says the effect of these changing tax incentives will be felt by different kinds of nonprofits in different ways.
Charities serving the neediest people “may very well have a difficult time,” Duquette says. “They tend to solicit donations from a broad array of people. If there is this large share of occasional donors who used to itemize and now don’t, it may be that their donor base is more affected.”