With over 10,000 homeless people in Dallas. The city is not equipped nor prepared to provide resources or support, leaving the majority of the burden on communities and non-profits.
I have a question about nonprofits. Is it true that all nonprofits pay nothing in taxes? And if so, why is that allowed? I understand it’s nice to give charities a break on their taxes, but why are we giving big tax breaks to huge organizations that pay their CEOs tons of money? If employees are making big bucks, doesn’t that mean the organization has plenty of money? And why are some organizations that are clearly not charities allowed to be nonprofits? The NFL is a nonprofit, and that seems really ridiculous to me: they make tons of money and should be taxed a lot! Even colleges, it seems to me, make a lot and should be taxed. Experts, can you explain this to me?
Attitudes & Attire is a small, non-profit organization making a big impact in the Dallas area. They have helped more than 20,000 women over the last 20 years. Watch to … Read More
A local art based organization commemorates the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination through love art created by a diverse group of community members.