Well, there goes every charitable organization. They're done.
To be fair, we've already reached the point where more than half of American households can't feasibly get a tax writeoff for charitable donations. Median income is ~61k, while the 2019 standard deduction is either 18k or 24k for families. That's like 30% to 40% of your entire income. The only way most people are going to hit that is by taking a huge hit on mortgage interest and/or health care expenses, which isn't exactly charity.
Donations never improve your finances anyway; it's a subsidized gift, but it still costs you money. Unless, of course, you donate to your own
organization and then skim off the top somehow...