All donations are TAX DEDUCTIBLE
Grace Youth and Family Foundation is a Faith Based Tax Exempt Organization. We received this formal determination from the Internal Revenue Service on August 12, 1996 under section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code as an organization described in section 501(C)(3) and 509(a)(1). Our income is received as program fees for services provided, contributions from members and those we have served, and donations from those who support our mission. Due to our tax exempt status our contributors receive the highest tax deductions permitted by Federal Law. Because our goal is to conduct all financial matters with the highest moral integrity, we invite you to examine our financial practices and statements in detail at our main office located at 100 Center Avenue Butler PA 16001. You may also make inquires by telephone at our toll free number 800-656-0572 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of our programs that needs your support is called Impressions of Grace (IOG). IOG is an entrepreneurial education program that provides youth with hands on experience and training in all phases of operating an imprinting business. By your granting IOG the opportunity to quote on and earn your custom imprinting business, you will not only receive great products at a great price, but you will be supporting our efforts to meet the needs of at risk youth and their families. If you know of anyone who is in the market for custom designed tee shirts, sweat shirts, hats and other imprinted products, please have them contact us by telephone at 800-656-0572 or by email at email@example.com.
WE ALWAYS NEED VOLUNTEERS!
Without any doubt, Grace Youth and Family Foundation’s success in achieving our mission in service to youth and their families is due to our most valuable commodity, our volunteers. If you would like more information on how you can become a volunteer, please contact Bill Halle using the contact information above.
* Volunteers who desire to work directly with youth must complete our screening process which includes a child abuse history clearance, a criminal records background check and if needed, an FBI fingerprint card.
GIFTS IN KIND
“Gifts In Kind” is the term given to the charitable donation of items of value other than cash. These types of items include things like Silver or sliver plated serving sets, gold and/or silver coins, equipment and tools, building materials, securities, land and other assets. Because of our Tax Exempt Status, the IRS accepts the dollar value of these items as a direct deduction to lower your gross taxable income. Another benefit of making a Gift In Kind donation is that we can sell an item of value without having to pay capital gain and other taxes. This ultimately increases the net dollar value that you can deduct from your income and the net dollar amount we are able to keep and use for the support of our programming efforts.