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(c)(3) Public Policy Summit 2019

UofL Event & Conference Center - Shelby Campus Founders Union Building

UofL Event & Conference Center - Shelby Campus

Founders Union Building

*It is suggested to bring a wrap or a jacket to wear in this facility - the temperature in the conference room tends to be cool.

450 Whittington Parkway, Louisville, KY 40222

Click here for directions.

Map of available parking.

Thursday, August 29, 2019 (9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) (EDT)

Pricing

KNN Members: $80 
Potential Members: $95 
Event Details

(c)(3) Public Policy Summit ~ Nonprofits and Grantmakers Standing Together! 

Thursday, August 29, 2019         

Kentucky Nonprofit Network and Grantmakers of Kentucky invite you to join us for the third annual opportunity for nonprofits and grantmakers to create a shared strategy to advance and protect the nonprofit sector.

**Note: The (c)(3) Public Policy Summit is a solicitation-free event. By registering for this event, you agree to abide by this policy and agree you will not to solicit any grantmaker(s) while in attendance at the Summit.

AGENDA

9:00am Registration and Networking

9:30am Welcome ~ Barry Allen, Gheens Foundation & Danielle Clore, Kentucky Nonprofit Network

9:40am Federal Issues Shaping the Public Policy Agenda 

Matthew L. Evans, Southeastern Council on Foundations

  • The Funder’s Perspective on the Policy Landscape Heading into 2020 Elections
  • Charitable Giving Tax Incentive
  • CHARITY Act (S. 1475)
  • Executive Compensation
  • Transportation and SILO Unrelated Business Income Tax

Tiffany Gourley Carter, National Council of Nonprofits

  • The Funder’s Perspective on the Policy Landscape Heading into 2020 Elections
  • Nonprofit Relief Act, H.R. 3323
  • Nonprofit Nonpartisanship & the Johnson Amendment
  • Overtime Rule
  • SALT/State Tax Credits Rule
  • Federal Advocacy Opportunities for Kentucky

10:45am Breakout Group Discussion: Next Steps & Strategies 

12:00pm Lunch 

12:45pm State Issues Shaping the Public Policy Agenda

  • Panel Discussion: The Budget & Revenue Issues Facing Kentucky and Our Communities – Jason Bailey, Kentucky Center for Economic Policy; David Eager, Kentucky Retirement Systems; Jacqueline Pitts, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; and moderator, Bart Baldwin, Bart Baldwin Consulting
  • State Universal Charitable Giving Deduction – Bart Baldwin, Danielle Clore
  • Nonprofit and State Government Contracting – Bart Baldwin, Danielle Clore
  • What’s at Stake with 2020 Census – Danielle Clore
  • Public Assistance Reform – Bart Baldwin

2:30pm Breakout Group Discussion: Next Steps & Strategies 

3:50pm Closing Remarks & Call to Action Call to Action ~ Danielle Clore


4:00pm Farewell

Thank you to our Sponsors

Empowering Nonprofits. Strengthening Kentucky.

Additional Information
Event Contact:
Kentucky Nonprofit Network
Contact Organization:
Kentucky Nonprofit Network
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