The federal poverty level is a relic set in the 1960s based predominantly on food costs. It does not take into account other costs such as housing, child care, and health care. Here are the newest figures on poverty in Arlington.
Market dynamics and the scale of the site create considerable challenges for achieving the promised continuation of residency for all current tenants moving forward.
It is well-documented that students who participate in after-school activities have higher grades, are more engaged, and feel belonging.
This month, our newsletter is focused on tax and legal matters. We know that potential legislative changes like the Secure Act 2.0, charitable giving vehicles, and even cautionary tales.
Changing landscapes and priorities in charitable giving, SECURE Act 2.0, budgetary mixed bags, and more.
Thanks to your continued support, these moments (and many others) have primed 2022 to be a year of collaborative, compassionate, community-building work.
Today, as we yet again see COVID cases rising and recovery efforts slowed by uncertainty, this year’s Nonprofit Wish Catalog has a whole new level of significance and urgency for me.
Policy analysis and advocacy is a vital piece in our commitment to mitigating the displacement of low-income residents in Arlington.
Videos from the 28th annual Spirit of Community Awards: celebrating extraordinary Arlingtonians
As a key partner and friend, you can play an important role in amplifying the report’s findings.
Highlighting the experiences of 21 Arlington nonprofits who have partnered closely to address the historic challenges of 2020-2021
The Community Foundation is happy to help structure a hybrid gift in which a personal component is paired with a charitable component.
The annual Spirit of Community awards celebration is a unique event that attracts hundreds of attendees from all sectors of the Arlington community.
Do not only consider the benefits of building philanthropic components into estate plans for distribution after death, but also consider how meaningful gifts can be made during a lifetime.
“When I received the scholarship, I cried. It meant an open door and new opportunities. I felt supported by my community.”
An Urban Institute interview with Anne Vor der Bruegge, Arlington Community Foundation’s Director of Grants and Initiatives
As cryptocurrencies’ profiles rise in the marketplace, people are likely to begin asking questions about the possibility of using cryptocurrency holdings as part of their charitable giving plans.
Designated funds and field-of-interest funds may not always be top of mind when you are developing philanthropy plans for your clients and their families, but they are extremely valuable tools.
Arlington’s premier community change-maker award. Submit your nomination(s) by July 2.
When tax season rolls around each spring, a new crop of questions may arise concerning clients’ gifts to various organizations.