in Memory Of:
Mary Alice Byrne
Chester & Deana Cain
in Memory Of:
Winnie & Bob Verellen
in Honor Of:
Jason & Jennifer Loebs
Dr. Anne Pascasio
Diane & Chris Smiles
The above donations were received during the
October 1, 2019 - September 30, 2020 fiscal year.
Donations received during the October 1, 2020 - September 30, 2021
fiscal year will be listed in early 2022.
What Are the Advantages of Giving to Samaritan House?
Perpetuity: A gift establishing a permanent fund with Samaritan House will continue to benefit the community well into the future. Only the earnings from those funds will be used for programs, allowing the fund to grow over time. Additional gifts may be made at any time also increasing the size of the fund.
Tax Benefits: The agency qualifies as a public charity under federal law. That means that gifts made during the donor’s lifetime are eligible for income tax benefits. In addition, bequests made through the will of a donor may qualify as a tax deduction for federal estate tax purposes.
(Samaritan House advises you to check with your income tax advisor as income tax laws and rules change.)
Flexibility: Donors may determine the program for which gifts are to be used, or leave all or part of the decision to the Samaritan House Board of Directors.
Simplicity: A gift to Samaritan House simplifies your charitable giving. One contribution to the agency may address several needs and benefit a number of families in the community.
Public Accountability: Samaritan House provides information to the public on its programs and activities.
Acknowledging/Remembering: Donations can be made in honor or in memory of a family member, friend, neighbor or other special person in your life.
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