Help Sustain Adventure Equity
A typical adaptive ski or snowboard lesson costs the organization $300. The new Adventure Equity Initiative reduces the existing subsidized full-day ski or snowboard lesson rate of $210 to only $125—the equivalent of the average cost of a lift ticket at Crested Butte Mountain Resort. Donations and grants make up the remainder of the lesson cost.
If you are participating, and able to contribute above the lesson fee, you can add a tax-deductible donation to your payment. This peer-to-peer show of support helps fellow adventurers with disabilities and their loved ones join the Adaptive Sports Center to experience the therapeutic value of outdoor adventures.
And if you just want to donate to support Adventure Equity, thank you!
Your generosity enables the Adaptive Sports Center to accomplish our mission of enhancing the quality of life of people with disabilities through exceptional outdoor adventure activities.
To make your donation via check please make it out to "Adaptive Sports Center" and mail to: Adaptive Sports Center | PO Box 1639 | Crested Butte, CO 81224
Donation will repeat monthly.
The Adaptive Sports Center is a 501 (C) 3 organization. Our federal tax ID number is 84-1063447. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Your donation may be eligible for a Colorado State Tax Credit What that means is that a taxpayer who makes a monetary contribution of $250 or more to the ASC is entitled to a Colorado Income Tax credit of 25% of the value of the contribution up to a maximum credit of $100,000 per year. In-kind contributions are eligible for a 12.5% in-kind credit. In-kind contributions include employee labor, materials, furniture, computer equipment or stock. With federal deductions for donations, this can mean that a $10,000 donation may only cost the donor $5,000 or less.
UPDATE: The CARES Act: Two New Federal Tax Benefits to Donors
Universal Deduction for Donations Up to $300 For individuals who no longer itemize their charitable giving, the CARES Act will allow these individual taxpayers to deduct donations to charity of up to $300 on their 2020 federal tax return, even though they take the standard deduction. Married-filing-jointly taxpayers will get an above-the-line deduction of up to $600.
Raising the Charitable Giving Deduction Cap For those donors who are still able to itemize their deductions, and therefore directly write off gifts to charity, The CARES Act lifts the deduction caps to 100% of adjusted gross income for individuals and joint filers, while corporations will see their cap lifted to 25% for 2020.
Thank you for your donation and helping to sustain Adventure Equity!
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