Support the UCCA (Universal Charitable Credit Act)

What if you could snag $500 of your tax money away from Congress, and redirect it to a cause you support? Would you choose Habitat for Humanity over HUD or the Cajun Navy over FEMA? We Do Better crafted the UCCA to let you make some of those decisions. This single subject, two-page bill will give you a $500 tax credit ($1,000 for a married couple) for contributions made to any non-profit charitable organization.We Do Better created UCCA

This is a credit, not a mere deduction. That means it reduces your tax bill. Politicians would have $500 or $1,000 less of your money. You could allocate that money to organizations that do better at solving social problems than the government does. Multiply that $500 by millions of Americans and the potential social impact could be profound.

UCCA has been introduced in some states. It’s law in Arizona. But nothing’s going to happen in Congress unless you send a letter instructing your representatives to sponsor the bill. Use our letter, or better yet personalize it with your own words. – By Perry Willis & Jim Babka, updated Wednesday, July 11, 2018

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