INGOs: Amsterdam

Published on 29 March 2023

In analysing the environment within which philanthropic organisations has to operate, the following factors were stressed: Creation of tax incentives where none presently exist; creation of planned giving vehicles where none presently exist; targeted tax incentives – possibly incentivizing particular causes and media; driving change in banking systems to permit electronic payments; simplifying the registration and regulation of nonprofits; removing the requirement for multiple registrations for INGOs; creation of ‘Development Zones’ for philanthropy – providing access to government incentives, fast-track to registration, access to university partners (for training and new staff) etc.; development of investment funds for philanthropy; development of central government resources (and other funds) that can be invested in fundraising to grow giving.

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‘INGOs: Holland’, Bellagio Summary, Brighton: IDS

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