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Not for Profits (NFPs)


AHCA/NCAL is proud to represent NFP long term care providers, including nursing and assisted living facilities, state veterans homes, continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs,) senior housing and intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) services providers. NFPs comprise over 25% of AHCA/NCAL membership, and the numbers are growing. Check this page frequently for updates, and for more information, see our NFP resources below.





Letter to Congress on the Charitable Deduction
AHCA opposes proposals that would cap income tax deductions or otherwise restrict the deduction for charitable contributions made to NFPs. AHCA recently sent a letter to Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-MT) and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) on this issue as the Committees continue their work on comprehensive tax reform.  To date, the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means Committees have held more than 50 hearings combined, examining every aspect of tax reform, and have created the website for public input. 
AHCA’s NFP members took the letter to the Hill during the 2013 Congressional Briefing.  We will continue to monitor this issue as Congress works on reforming our tax system.
Section 232 Documents

On March 14, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development published a notice, "HUD Healthcare Facility Documents:  Notice Announcing Final Approved Documents and Assignment of OMB Control Number" ("Notice") (FR-5623-N-03), making available a complete set of new/revised Section 232 documents.  The revised Section 232 Healthcare documents can be found here. ​

First NFP Day at Convention!!

AHCA/NCAL is pleased to announce its first NFP Day on Tuesday, October 8!  Session attendees will get to take part in a motivational and educational day, with speakers ranging from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to a Director of Staff Engagement Training to the President of the Grant Professionals Association.  Attendees will have the opportunity to win prizes throughout the day!  A NFP reception will cap off the event.  If you have any questions about this exciting day, please feel free to contact AHCA’s NFP Council Chair, Gary Kelso, and AHCA’s Director of NFP and Constituent Services, Dana Halvorson.  More details, including registration information, can be found here


 Facility Spotlight



Happily Married at Trinity Community of Beavercreek

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​What does it take to stay happily married to the same person for more than 60 years?

For Roy and Kay Lewis, residents living in Trinity Community of Beavercreek, a NFP facility in Beavercreek, Ohio, the answer is simple: Compatibility.

“We’re lucky; we just get along well with each other,” Kay says.

When they met in 1945, Roy and Kay may have seemed like an improbable couple. Read more about this inspiring story of love. More >>​

Life Enriched at Clement Manor




AHCA's NFP Council Member, Dick Rau, is pictured here at his facility, Clement Manor.  AHCA's Director of NFP and Constituent Services, Dana Halvorson, had the opportunity to recently tour this faith-based continuing care retirement community located in Greenfield, a suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Clement Manor's mission is to promote the healthy aging of individuals on its campus and in the community, through the values of respect, collaboration, and quality service.  Its continuum of care includes Adult Day Services, Brain Stretch Club, Independent and Assisted Living Apartments, Transitional Care (Short-Term Rehab), Long-Term Care, and the Center for Enrichment.  

NFP Council

NFP Council In-Person Meeting

On March 13, 2013, AHCA's NFP Council held its first in-person meeting of the year. Mark Parkinson, President and CEO of AHCA/NCAL, provided a Congressional update to the Council. In addition, the group heard from speakers on topics ranging from health care reform to AHCA's grassroots efforts. The Council holds monthly calls, and will meet in-person again in June during AHCA's Congressional Briefing.

​About the NFP Council

The NFP Council supports and facilitates the Association’s mission, vision and policy goals in an ongoing effort to ensure that long term care is viewed as one profession, speaking in one voice, delivering a unified message. The Council also has primary responsibility to focus on those issues and needs that arise specific to the NFP constituency.

Vision: To empower NFP LTC providers as they meet the personal, spiritual, and healthcare needs of the individuals that they serve.

  • To support, advise and influence AHCA in its global mission to help LTC providers deliver high quality care and services to America’s frail, elderly and disabled.
  • To use Council members’ in-depth, NFP-specific expertise to strengthen AHCA member services, cultivate Association leadership, and provide specific support services to meet the needs of AHCA NFP members.

View the NFP Council roster.

Gary Kelso, Council Chair
President, Mission Health Services

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A monthly publication specifically for NFP providers, can be found on our members only site. To sign up to receive NFP News, contact Dana Halvorson.

Long Term Care publications: AHCA/NCAL has an array of publications that apply to all long term care providers.

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Not for Profit Education

NFP Providers can take advantage of a number of NFP-focused educational opportunities at AHCA/NCAL events, including the Independent Owner Leadership Conference, Congressional Briefing and NFP Day.

Advocacy Training
At last year's Congressional Briefing, AHCA/NCAL provided advocacy training for all NFP participants. Check out the presentation Your Secret Advocacy Weapon: Your Board.

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AHCA NFP Council member, Van Moore, and his team from the Oregon Veterans’ Home meeting with Representative Suzanne Bonamici (Oregon) on issues, including Medicare and Medicaid, impacting the veterans community.​


Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) visits the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan
Society’s Pipestone facility in Pipestone, MN

Facility Tours

For more information on how NFPs can engage in the political process, please review this webinar and handout from Wiley Rein, LLP.  Both documents will give members of 501(c) 3 tax exempt organizations an overview of what they can and cannot do in regards to lobbying and political activity. These materials will help NFP providers to be prepared to participate in AHCA/NCAL's Congressional briefing on June 3-4 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Capitol Hill.

For issue briefs, talking points and more, visit AHCA’s advocacy page.

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