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Promotion Announcement

I am very pleased to announce the promotion of Kim Horton, MA, CFRE to Vice President for The Hodge Group. Kim has been with our firm since 2016 as Senior Counsel and has advanced progressively as a valued member of the team.

Kim’s performance and wealth of experience as a consultant to our non-profit clients has been influential for The Hodge Group and The Hodge Group’s excellent record of client relation, problem resolution, and on time project delivery. Kim has played a key role in implementing new protocols and improved efficiencies

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Giving USA 2018 Numbers Release

2017 Giving USA

Giving USA 2018: Americans gave $410.02 billion to charity in 2017, crossing the $400 billion mark for the first time.

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Welcome Bharat Krishnan

We Welcome Bharat Krishnan as our Intern. Bharat is working on his MBA at LSU and will be with The Hodge Group this summer.


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OSU’s Students Consulting for Nonprofit Organizations

Russ Hodge had the pleasure of speaking to the OSU’s Students Consulting for Nonprofit Organizations at The Ohio State University on March 26, 2018. Many will be our future nonprofit leaders and nonprofit consultants. http://www.scnoosu.com

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Tri-County Board of Recovery & Mental Health Services One Wellness Place

We are happy to share this great news benefiting our client. Tri-County Board of Recovery & Mental Health Services and One Wellness Place is the direction of the future and is an example of public/private partnerships .https://goo.gl/ZonhZf

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2018 Tax Reform – A few bits of information

Friends, Clients, and Colleagues-
Wanted to send a quick email regarding the tax reform law (I am using the word “law” as it is expected to be signed by the president no later than 12/21/17) as it affects everyone in some way. Even though the all of the changes are scheduled to begin in 2018, there are ways that you may be able to save on your taxes between 2017 and 2018. Based on what we do know, below are some techniques that you should consider in advance/prior to 12/31/2017. Again,

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