The Universal Charitable Credit
The UCC, or Universal Charitable Credit, allows taxpayers to direct up to five hundred of their tax dollars to any qualified nonprofit in their city, county, or state. By allowing people in a community to direct their tax dollars to organizations that “Do Better,” the UCC improves the quality, accessibility, and accountability of the public services in any community, helping all of us do even better.
The UCC enables the people of a community to direct their tax dollars to organizations that deliver the best human outcomes.
To see the success of the UCC’s precursor, the Arizona Charitable Credit, click here.
Sample legislation for your state can be downloaded below.
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