Federal Legislation Strengths Nonprofit Sector
Kids Above All today announced its support of The Nonprofit Sector Strength and Partnership Act of 2022. The initiative, introduced by Representative Betty McCollum (D-MN), will give nonprofits a permanent seat at the table to use their knowledge and reach to help create better communities for all.
“Kids Above All joins with social impact organizations across the United States in urging Congress to pass The Nonprofit Sector Strength and Partnership Act of 2022. Nonprofits like Kids Above All provide essential support and resources for communities impacted by poverty, violence and injustice throughout this country. The passage of this legislation will ensure agencies like ours are at the forefront of discussions to enact policies and build systems that bring about a more just and equitable world,” said Dan Kotowski, President & CEO of Kids Above All.
The Nonprofit Sector Strength and Partnership Act establishes a formal presence for social impact organizations in the federal government, increases access to national service, lowers the cost of fundraising, reduces burdensome regulations and empowers nonprofit leaders to be heard on policies that impact their organizations during election years.
To learn more about The Nonprofit Sector Strength and Partnership Act of 2022, click here.