Since 2006, most types of mail sent by nonprofit organizations have been protected against above-inflation annual price increases. That has now changed.
On November 30, 2020, the Postal Regulatory Commission published final rules concluding its so-called ten-year review that will allow the Postal Service to raise prices on mail by more than the rate of inflation – likely by a lot more.
The impact of these rules on nonprofits that rely on the mail to spread mission awareness, raise funds, circulate magazines and newsletters, and communicate with members may be disastrous.
Venable’s Eric Berman will be joined by Stephen Kearney, the executive director of the Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers, to explain the PRC’s ten-year review, what the PRC’s final order means, how nonprofits can prepare for the storm, and what the industry is doing to fight back.
Eric Berman, Partner, Nonprofit Organizations, Venable LLP
Stephen Kearney, Executive Director, Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers