Giving Hearts Day - Feb. 9, 2017
Please donate on Giving Hearts Day
February 9, 2017
Your contribution helps us grow 4-H!
We welcome your donation by:
- Cash, check or credit card (Mastercard and Visa only)
- Corporate Matching
- NDSU Employee payroll deduction form
- Online giving
We welcome your planned gift through the Rosette Society. Examples of planned giving include:
- Life Insurance
- Charitable Trusts/Annuities
Please visit the web page for further information.
Donors may designate their gifts for specific purposes within the general framework of Foundation activity.
Substantial gifts may be used to establish endowment funds to increase the long-lasting impact intended by donors.
To contact the 4-H Foundation, call (701) 231-8569 or email the North Dakota 4-H Foundation.
ND Tax Credit for Endowed Gifts
North Dakota allows a sizable income tax credit of 40% of a charitable donation greater than $5,000 through cash or a deferred gift to a qualified endowment fund of a nonprofit organization. This tax credit is available to North Dakota residents and businesses.
A 'qualified endowment fund' is defined as an irrevocable fund held by a North Dakota organization or bank/financial institution on behalf of a qualified organization. Only the interest and appreciation can be used by the charitable organization. While a charitable deduction reduced the amount of income subject to taxation, the tax credit is a dollar for dollar reduction in your North Dakota tax liability. It is subject to an annual limitation of $10,000 per business or individual and $20,000 for a couple. An unused credit can be carried forward for three years.
This is a great opportunity for North Dakotans to help 4-H AND significantly reduce their tax liabilities!
Anyone donating charitable contributions has the assurance that the investment will be used wisely and efficiently through active Board of Director participation, yearly operational audits, and trained personnel experienced in educational program development and financial accountability.