Over the last year, DRC-NH provided legal advice to 897 people with disabilities in New Hampshire, educated over 10,000 people about their rights and improved the lives of over 900,000 people through our systemic advocacy.
Help us to eliminate barriers for children and adults with disabilities across New Hampshire by donating now.
CARES Act 2020 Donation Information
According to the Internal Revenue Service, “Previously, charitable contributions could only be deducted if taxpayers itemized their deductions. However, taxpayers who don’t itemize deductions may take a charitable deduction of up to $300 for cash contributions made in 2020 to qualifying organizations. For the purposes of this deduction, qualifying organizations are those that are religious, charitable, educational, scientific or literary in purpose. The law changed in
this area due to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. The CARES Act also temporarily suspends limits on charitable contributions and temporarily increases limits on contributions of food inventory.” For more information on this deduction, visit:
This information is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor. State law may further impact your taxes.
There are many ways to include Disability Rights Center – NH in your estate planning. Planned giving supports work that is close to your heart and may also provide financial and other advantages to you and your loved ones.
Different types of charitable gifts may carry certain income and estate tax planning benefits. Learn more about the process of making a gift to DRC-NH
Bequests are simple, flexible, and like much charitable giving, may provide tax advantages to you and your loved ones.
A unique way to support DRC-NH is by transferring real estate. Whether you choose to donate your home or another piece of real estate, this type of donation can be accomplished in a several ways, thus allowing you to choose an option that best suits your overall goals.
It’s important to consult with a professional advisor, such as a wealth manager, estate planning attorney, and/or accountant to identify which gifting approach best suits your unique circumstances. Disability Rights Center – NH is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.