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To Donate Online:

Your donation will be processed by Habitat for Humanity International, a secure service that provides protection for your donation and privacy. You will be able to fully review your donation before it is processed using the cards below:

 

Click Donate and a second window will open with the online donation form. Please follow the instructions

below to insure YOUR DONATION goes to Scioto County Habit for Humanity.

 

  • WHEN THE DONATION PAGE OPENS, ON THE LEFT HAND SIDE YOU WILL SEE AN ORANGE BOX.
  • CLICK ON THIS BOX, THEN TYPE IN EITHER "45662" OR "SCIOTO COUNTY HFH"
  • CLICK ON SEARCH.
  • THEN SELECT SCIOTO COUNTY HFH.
  • NEXT CLICK FINISH.

ON THE FINAL PAGE MAKE SURE YOU SEE:

DESIGNATED TO: "Scioto County HFH - Portsmouth, Ohio"  

PRIOR TO SUBMITTING YOUR DONATION, OTHERWISE

YOUR DONATION WILL GO TO HFH INTERNATIONAL.

Thank you from SCHFH.

 

 

Home Builders

Join our monthly giving program for as little as $5 a month. You will provide the consistent support needed to end poverty housing. Print and mail our donation form.

 

 

Donate by Mail or Phone

Print our donation form and mail it with your gift to Scioto County Habitat for Humanity, P. O. Box 2023, Portsmouth, OH  45662.

 

 

Matching Gifts and Property Transfers

Employer Gift Match Programs - Please check with your employer to see if they participate in a Gift Match Program, where they will match your gift!

Please contact the Development Team to donate gifts of stocks, securities and property by calling

(740) 353-4993.

 

Planned Giving

A planned gift will leave a lasting impact on our efforts to eliminate poverty housing. 

Please contact us if you would like to know more about naming us in your will, establishing a gift annuity, or making some other form of a gift in perpetuity. 

 

IRA Charitable Transfers

Individuals who are 70 1/2 or older can transfer up to $100,000 from their IRA directly to a public charity in 2008 and 2009 and exclude this distribution from income.  However, no charitable contribution deduction will be allowed for this transfer.

Suppose, for example, you are 75 years old and have pledged $30,000 to your favorite charity this year. Thanks to this revived tax provision, you can tap your IRA to fulfill your pledge.  For most taxpayers, taking $30,000 from a traditional IRA would generate $30,000 worth of taxable income.  You might get a $30,000 tax deduction as an offset-----but you might not.  Various limits on allowable charitable deductions and the phaseout of itemized deduction faced by high-bracket taxpayers may delay or devalue your tax deduction. What's more, taking $30,000 from your IRA would increase your AGI by $30,000; this increase could cause other tax benefits to be lost or reduced.

Because you are over age 70 1/2, however, you can have your IRA custodian send $30,000 to the charity. You won't get a tax deduction, but you also won't pick up extra income that could inflate your tax bill.  What' more, after age 70 1/2  you must take minimum required distributions (MRDs) from your IRA, even if you don't need the money.  If you make charitable contributions from your IRA this year, those donations can fulfill your MRD obligation without swelling your AGI.  (Taken from: the CPA Client Bulletin ISSN 1942-7271 is prepared by AICPA staff for the clients of its members and other practitioners.  The Bulletin carries no official authority, and its contents should not be acted upon without professional advice.  Copyright 2009 by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Inc., NY 10036-8775.)

 


 

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