Charities and nonprofits are digging in their heels on Capitol Hill as they prepare to defend tax breaks for charitable donations that are under threat from the fiscal cliff. Market indices are shown in real time, except for the DJIA, which is delayed by two minutes. Nonprofit groups will also suffer, since they have weathered tighter budgets and fewer contributions due to the recession and the slow economic recovery.
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A lobbying group has for the first time set up a website where people can send automatic, targeted letters to local lawmakers and the White House "to oppose any efforts" to limit the charitable deduction. In 2014, the amount of revenue the government would forgo from those claiming charitable deductions is estimated to reach $52 billion. Under his plan, the wealthiest Americans can write off as charitable deductions up to 28% of their total contribution, down from 35%. Some 68% of Americans oppose trimming the charitable deductions to lower federal deficits, according to a Gallup poll from April 2011.


30 this year, the same groups, including Habitat for Humanity, the YMCA and Texas A&M University, have spent $92 million.
And to ensure that, she is talking with congressional staff on tax committees and bringing in presidents of colleges and universities to do the same.




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