Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the Congressional Philanthropy Caucus was established in July 2007 to provide a platform that can be used to communicate and highlight issues that face the philanthropic sector and allows Members of Congress to discuss common legislative objectives that affect the foundation community.


Expresses the sense of the United States House of Representatives that: (1) Congress and the philanthropic sector should partner to create a legislative and regulatory environment that enhances the growth of philanthropy; (2) the Congressional Philanthropy Caucus will help lawmakers and congressional staff learn more about foundations and the role these organizations play in our communities and around the globe; (3) such Caucus will highlight issues of mutual interest to both Congress and the philanthropic sector; and (4) lawmakers are encouraged to join the Caucus.

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