Would You Like to Donate?
Would you like to make a donation to our worthy cause? Our organization can’t achieve its mission without your generous support. But it doesn’t take much to make a significant difference in the lives of a child. Smaller donations grouped together become very large as more and more people contribute. Anything you can afford will go a long way to help fund Experiences for the children that are referred to High Hopes.
Ways to Donate
There are a number of ways you can make a donation to the High Hopes Foundation:
- Attend an Event
- Mail Your Donation
- PayPal Donation Link
The quickest and easiest way to make a financial donation to our organization is through the ‘Donate’ link at the top of our website – a link to PayPal’s charitable contribution page for High Hopes Foundation. If you prefer to contribute via a non-electronic payment format or if your donation isn’t financial (i.e. donating physical goods), please use the mailing address at the bottom of the page or on our Contact Us page.
In addition to making a direct contribution, attending and participating at one (or more) of our events also goes a long way to covering the costs of the children’s Experiences. Whether you want to spend an evening of candy and fun, an afternoon of Bacon & Beer, a day on the golf course, or participating in another activity, you’ll be raising money for a great cause – putting smiles on children’s faces!
Is My High Hopes Donation Tax Deductible?
High Hopes Foundation of New Hampshire Inc.’s tax and deductibility status is public record and available from the IRS Exempt Organizations List. High Hopes is recognized by the IRS as a “Public Charity” and as such, is eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions.
EIN (Employer Identification Number)
The EIN, or Employer Identification Number, is also known as a federal Tax Identification Number (TIN), and is used to identify a business or nonprofit entity. An EIN is a unique 9-digit number, similar to a Social Security Number for an individual.
In general, an individual who itemizes deductions may deduct contributions to most charitable organizations up to 50% of his or her adjusted gross income computed without regard to net operating loss carrybacks. Individuals generally may deduct charitable contributions to other organizations up to 30% of their adjusted gross income (computed without regard to net operating loss carrybacks). These limitations (and organizational status) are indicated as follows:
For more specific details, you should consult a tax professional to learn about donating to a charity and how it will impact your tax status.