No matter who we are of where we come from, we all deserve to have a decent life. We deserve to feel strength and stability day after day. We deserve to know we have the power to take care of ourselves and build our own futures. Through shelter, we empower. Because you, me, we - we're all humans. And everyone one of us deserves a fair chance. Your support gives families the opportunity to help themselves. Home-ownership allows families to save more, invest in education, live in healthier environments, and have more financial stability. It's the foundation for success and a better future.
You can support us through a one time gift, a matching gift (check with your employer to see if they do this), building materials and tools, a celebration gift (birthday, anniversary, etc,), a gift of real estate, a memorial gift, planned gifts/bequests, and monthly pledges. Good News Habitat for Humanity is blessed to have the support of local and national individuals, businesses, and churches who provide donations of money, materials, and time. Through these donations we are able to continue to build decent, affordable housing in partnership with those in need and to help create a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
Individuals and businesses can also qualify for Indiana Tax Credits when donating through the Neighborhood Assistance Program. Each year Good News Habitat for Humanity, Inc. participates in the State of Indiana's Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP). The State of Indiana grants us the right to sell tax credits to individuals and businesses who make financial contributions to Habitat through NAP. Any Indiana taxpayer who donates money to Habitat under the NAP program will receive a state income tax credit equal to 50% of their gift. To participate in this program you must donate at least $100 (for a $50 tax credit) to Good News Habitat for Humanity, Inc. The maximum donation is $50,000 (for a $25,000 tax credit). In addition, if you itemize deductions, 100% of your contribution is deductible on your Federal tax return. The program begins July 1st each year and ends when we sell out of our allocated tax credits. For more information visit our FAQ page.
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Make check out to Good News Habitat for Humanity. Please send to:
Good News Habitat for Humanity
1114 South F St
Richmond, IN 47374
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Habitat for Humanity is blessed to have local and national supporters who provide services and products to us at no charge. Through donations of construction materials, labor, legal and consulting services, software, as well as many other goods and services, we are able to continue to build decent, affordable housing in partnership with those in need. We are very grateful to our donors for their support. If you or your company is interested in providing materials or services, contact our Chief Executive Officer, Alan Stamper at (765) 962-5986 or at email@example.com .
Cars for Homes™ is Habitat's national vehicle donation program, providing another way for Habitat's volunteers and supporters to help affiliates in their local community build affordable homes. Car donations can help a family in the Randolph, Wayne, or Union county areas build a house and the hope of a better life! By donating a car to Habitat’s Cars for Homes™ vehicle donation program, you help Good News Habitat for Humanity, Inc. build and rehabilitate houses in partnership with families in need of a hand up, not a handout.
It is quick and easy to recycle your used cars, trucks, boats, RVs, motorcycles, construction equipment or other vehicles—running or not! Plus, you may be eligible for a tax deduction if you itemize. (Consult the IRS or your tax adviser for details). Donate a car, truck, boat or RV to Cars for Homes™ — Habitat’s official car donation program. Call (877) 277-4344 toll-free, or visit www.carsforhomes.org to donate vehicles online.
Good News Habitat for Humanity, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Our donors are such an important part of continuing our mission. We would not be able to build houses and help build up our community without your support. There are so many ways to donate. Click on the tab that most identifies with your ability to donate and find out more information. The next time you are thinking about making a tax deductible donation, think about Good News Habitat. If you'd like a tour of our facility or receive more information about us please contact our Chief Executive Officer, Alan Stamper at (765) 962-5986 or at firstname.lastname@example.org