The ball is about to drop on 2022, and many people are thinking about ways to maximize both tax deductions and the impact of their donation dollars.

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“We are still coming into a sort of post-COVID reality for the nonprofit communities and people are thinking about how we can support them, but a lot has changed in people’s financial lives with inflation and uncertainty in the stock market. Whenever there is economic instability, people exhibit more caution in giving. And after the past few years, people are also thinking more about what is really important to them and what they will do with their philanthropic dollars,” said Jenny Flynn, president and CEO of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona.

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