Nashville Regional Education Center Giving
The Kaskaskia College Nashville Education Center Campaign will offer significant ways of paying honor to family members, friends, organizations, or institutions by reserving a named gift.
Investors of $100 to $1,000 will be recognized by an inscription proudly displayed in a visible location within the facility. Gifts above $1,000 will be recognized in a special manner in consultation with the donors.
For more information about donation opportunities, please contact Suzanne Christ at 618-545-3069.
|Magna Cum Laude||$50,000-$99,999|
|Summa Cum Laude||$100,000 and up|
|$1 million or more||Opportunity to name the facility|
|$500,000 or more||Major Function Areas|
|$100,000 or more||Labs, Special Purpose Rooms or Areas|
|$25,000 or more||General Classrooms and Offices|
Additional Naming opportunities may arise as a site is determined and building is designed.
Federal tax law encourages individuals to share their resources for the benefit of others by providing tax deductions for contributions to non-profit organizations. These laws make it possible to give generously at a reduced true cost to the benefactor. Individuals may deduct as much as 50% of their adjusted gross income for charitable purposes. Under current tax laws, corporations may deduct contributions up to 10% of their net taxable income. Federal tax savings for both individuals and corporations may be as much as 39% of the amount contributed.
Donations of appreciated securities and real estate are popular today because a double benefit is received. A donor may deduct the full market value of the asset while avoiding the capital gains tax. Both individuals and corporations are allowed a five-year carryover of unused contributions.
All gifts and contributions are tax deductible. The Kaskaskia College Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization.
Charitable giving to non-profit taxexempt organizations warrants special tax considerations and each donor should contact his or her tax consultant for their own special treatment, especially in consideration of a complicated or creative gift.