St. Louis, MO (KSDK) - It's the season of giving and raising money for non-profit organizations may get even harder next year. At least that's what charities and non-profits fear because of the so-called fiscal cliff.
Some non-profit groups are already struggling to fund-raise because of the recession and a slow recovery. Now non-profits are anxiously waiting to see what Washington does about the fiscal cliff, and the threat it poses to tax deductible donations.
Newschannel Five's Art Holliday spoke to two non-profit executive directors concerned about the upcoming fiscal cliff.