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Obama's Budget Proposals Will Thwart Charitable Giving to Keep Nonprofit Hospitals Operating, Association for Healthcare Philanthropy Says
Date:2/3/2010

WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- President Obama's budget proposals to reduce tax deductions for charitable donations and freeze discretionary spending will harm fundraising for nonprofit hospitals by thwarting giving by wealthy donors and drying up funds meant to help the poor and underinsured, according to the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy whose members direct fundraising for some 2,200 hospitals and health care systems across the U.S. and Canada.

"Despite signs that the economy is starting to recover, nonprofits hospitals are struggling to keep up with the burgeoning numbers of under- and uninsured Americans that are seeking medical care in their local community emergency rooms," said William C. McGinly, president and CEO of AHP. "A limit on charitable deductions aimed at those who are in a financial position to make the most significant contributions sends the wrong message at the wrong time."

"This is a significant challenge," McGinly said. "Hospitals have cut back on spending, mainly at the expense of necessary capital improvements. A three-year discretionary spending freeze is likely to cut back the ability of state and local governments to provide health-related grants and Medicaid funding, making it imperative for individuals, businesses and foundations to step up their philanthropic support."

Last year was difficult for health care fundraisers. A December survey of AHP members sheds light on their attempts to cope with strained economic conditions by boosting efforts and controlling costs. Three out of four increased involvement with donor relations and many put more emphasis on major gifts. Almost half applied for more grants and put more energy into annual giving and planned giving programs, while at the same time more than half reduced their fundra
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