EVERY DOLLAR MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE
Your gift, no matter how large or small, makes all the difference to a local survivor of abuse. Every dollar is used to support our programs and services; consider donating today to help make a survivors’ future a little brighter.
With the new tax bill, it’s important to understand how your charitable contributions could benefit you. This article shares 6 Ways to Make the New Tax Bill Work for You, with #1 being “Give to Charity”:
“This year, beefing up your charitable giving could be even more effective. If your tax rate is falling in 2018, your deductions are more valuable if claimed against this year’s income. Giving to charity, a tax deduction that’s preserved under the tax bill, is an effective way to boost your 2017 deductions on short notice.
And even if your tax rate is going up next year under the new bill, you may still want to make a bunch of charitable donations in 2017. Most deductions, including the charitable one, can only be claimed if you itemize your tax return.”
Read the full article here.
PARTNER WITH HCWC
o All donations are used to benefit victims of abuse in our community.
o All donations are put to work immediately. Our goal is to keep three month’s operating funds in reserve, but we don’t stockpile donations for some future date by building up reserves. We know there is so much work that needs to be done today.
o We manage all donations carefully and consider donors our partners in serving the community. We watch our overhead carefully and run a lean organization, but one that has the capacity to respond to the needs in our growing community.
o We have an annual audit by a Certified Public Accountant.
o Our Board of Directors monitors our finances monthly and our Executive Director has earned a Masters in Business Administration. We take the running of our business seriously – so that we can more effectively meet our mission.
To see more information about our financial stewardship, go to our Guidestar page here: https://www.guidestar.org/profile/74-2020505