Charitable Giving Deduction for 2020

The CARES Act passed earlier this year allows donors like you to contribute to non-profit organizations like ours and receive a taxable benefit!

When you make a cash contribution to CRC, you can receive an above the line charitable deduction! In the midst of uncertainty, your giving can make an impact and provide a tax benefit to you and your family.

Here is the breakdown of how you save while giving:

When you contribute up to $300 ($600 for married households) to CRC, your tax break on $300 would be:

  • As a donor in the 10% tax bracket, you would receive a $30 tax break
  • As a donor in the 22% tax bracket, you would receive a $66 tax break
  • As a donor in the 35% tax bracket, you would receive a $105 tax break

This will also reduce your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI).

To make your gift to CRC, you can donate here, or send a check to CRC, 612 W. State St., Ithaca, NY 14850

Please contact us at info@crcfl.net with any questions you may have. We appreciate your support to continue providing services free of charge so that no one faces cancer alone!

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