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Use Your Stimulus Check to Invest in Community

While many Americans are depending on stimulus money to make ends meet, for the fortunate ones among us, this as an opportunity to make a difference and help our community endure this challenging time.
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CARES Act Provisions: The Good News for Charitable Giving

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) includes a wide range of financial assistance designed to ease many of the financial burdens caused by the pandemic and provisions designed to help stimulate charitable giving right now.
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Resources for Nonprofits During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Truman Heartland Community Foundation is dedicated to our commitment of supporting local nonprofits as they face an increase in demand for services, decreased revenues and increased operational expenses caused by the pandemic.
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CARES Act Provisions: The Good News for Charitable Giving

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) includes a wide range of financial assistance designed to ease many of the financial burdens caused by the pandemic and provisions designed to help stimulate charitable giving right now.
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Foundation Events: Update on Planned Events

Truman Heartland is postponing in-person meetings and events in March and April and evaluating those beyond that date in the coming weeks.
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Give Smart: Donor Advised Funds in Times of Crisis

As our Eastern Jackson County community navigates the challenge of the coronavirus, nonprofit organizations need support now more than ever and people with Donor Advised Funds are uniquely positioned to help.
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Community Initiative Receives $60k Grant

Truman Heartland Community Foundation was recently awarded a $60,000 grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in support of their new community initiative, Job Skills for New Careers.
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Give Smart: Use Your RMD to Support Students

A scholarship fund is an easy and effective way to fulfill your RMD, lower your taxable income and make a long-term impact in the community.
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New VP of Advancement: Welcoming Cole Eason

Truman Heartland Community Foundation welcomes Cole Eason as Vice President of Advancement.
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Give Smart: Growing Your Donor Advised Fund

Having a Donor Advised Fund helps you become more organized and strategic with your giving. As your philanthropic interests grow, there are a number of ways you can increase your Donor Advised Fund to enhance your giving plan and build a lasting legacy.

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