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By Dana Paperman
Seward Senior Center 

Bill makes giving easier

Letter to the editor

 


Representative Seaton, sponsor of the HB75 in 2012 is seeking support letters for the amendment to HB75, to remove language in regards to nonprofits having to provide a full audit for the Pick.Click.Give. program eligibility. It will go before the finance committee this session. It was held up last year due to lack of time at the end of the legislative session. It will still require the $250 application fee, but remove the audit requirement.

The Seward Senior Center was financially unable to be a recipient when our budget went over $250,000 three years ago, which is the amount that requires full audits, as stated in the law that we want to change.

For the sponsoring statement go to housemajority.org/spon.php?id=28HB75

Please contact Heather Beggs in Representative Seaton’s office or me if you have more questions.

Thank you for your timely supportive letters, for the benefit of all nonprofits across this great state of Alaska.

— Dana Paperman, Seward Senior Center, 224-5604

 

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