Blog

14
Feb

How The New Tax Law Will Affect HomeSharing

The new tax law, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, has unintended consequences for nonprofits, their donors and their clients. Analysts expect the law’s provisions will reduce charitable giving by about 6-9% per year (Neo Law Group, 2018). Increasing the standard deduction will depress charitable giving because only those who itemize their deductions get the

14
Feb

HomeSharing Welcomes Jill Stein

Some of you may remember Jill, as she previously worked at HomeSharing in 2011-2012. Jill returned to us in June, excited to continue to help homeowners and those seeking affordable housing and secure stable long term homes. Before joining HomeSharing, Jill spent over ten years working for a non profit developing affordable housing in New

07
May

IN MEMORIAM: CHARLES M. HUCK

Charley Huck, the longtime HomeSharing board member who died April 25 at the age of 87, was a remarkable man. He lived a life full of kindness, wisdom, creativity and dignity and he possessed integrity, insight, tolerance and empathy second to none. Everywhere he went in life he planted the seeds of grace. There was

09
Jan

The New York Times – Homes at Risk

Read the profile of a Provider-Seeker pair in Baltimore, MD, and the typical matching process.  Renée Drell, Former Executive Director of HomeSharing Inc. and other organization directors also provide additional insights into home sharing. Click  “READ MORE >”  below to read the article.  See  The New York Times (Front Page !)  article here, and  HomeSharing,