- Enhance the non-profit sector's ability to serve
- Encourage philanthropy, volunteering and innovation
- Maintaining and growing a statewide 2-1-1 system to serve as the central source of information and re-ferral for health and human services, and to coordinate health and human service needs resulting from emergencies or natural disasters with state and local emergency management agencies.
- Fair and adequate funding for human services.
- Amendments to state law which protect Pennsylvania’s service recipients and service providers by assuring that federal dollars allocated to the Commonwealth, and state dollars for essential services that directly impact the health and safety of Pennsylvanians, continue to be paid during a budget impasse. We also support changes to the state budget process which will decrease the likelihood of future budget impasses.
- Fair, efficient, and transparent contracting practices between service providers and government funders.
- Efforts to reduce unnecessary state administrative burdens on human service providers and their programs.
- Creating and preserving charitable giving incentives in the state tax code and federal law.
- Protecting the purely public charities exemption from property taxes.
- Preserving the ability of the nonprofit sector to garner revenue through payroll deduction.
- Policies that encourage philanthropy and volunteerism in Pennsylvania to advance the common good.