We’ve reached our 2019 year-end fundraising goals!! A BIG THANK YOU to all who helped Wellness House to a strong start this new year. We are excited for the positive and life-changing opportunities 2020 has in store for our community.
To continue to support our free programs and services with a gift, see below:
Those who give $10,000 or more are considered Golden Benefactors of Wellness House of Annapolis. Those who give $2,000 or more are considered Society of Hope sponsors. For more information on the benefits of being a Golden Benefactor or a Society of Hope sponsor, please click here. All donors will receive a thank you letter with a tax receipt.
More Ways to Give
Workplace Giving/Payroll Deductions
Payroll deductions are an easy and efficient way to make a tax-deductible donation to a nonprofit of your choice. To do this, you can request your employer deduct a pre-determined amount from your paycheck and designate it to go directly to Wellness House.
Employer Matching Gift Program
Many companies encourage employees to donate to their favorite charities by matching their contributions, sometimes dollar-for-dollar or more. Ask your employer if they offer this program. If they do, when you make a donation to Wellness House make sure to request the matching gift from your employer, who then makes their own donation. Some employers even donate a dollar amount for each hour you volunteer!
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Giving with an IRA
If you are 70 1/2 or older, you have an opportunity to take advantage of a simple way to help Wellness House and receive tax benefits in return. You can give up to $100,000 from your IRA directly to a qualified organization, such as Wellness House, without having to pay income taxes on the money. This tax savvy gift option is the qualified charitable distribution. Ask your financial advisor for more information.
A donor-advised fund is like an investment account dedicated solely to your charitable giving. As a donor, you can create an account with your financial service organization and make a contribution of cash, stock, or other assets like real estate or artwork. And you can take an immediate tax deduction for the gift. Ask your financial advisor for more information.