For Tzedakah in Our Community
From Executive Director Donna Beyer: There's Still Time to Make a Difference - act now!
As the year is coming to a close, there's still time to do a mitzvah and make a difference in the lives of hundreds of congregants and Tucsonans by making charitable contributions for the 2014 tax year to Temple Emanu-El and to the Mitzvah Corps.
Your charitable donations to Temple Emanu-El are essential to the health and vibrancy of our congregation, a leader in Jewish worship, study, community engagement, and celebration, and also enable us to help the hundreds of people who count on Temple for assistance. Temple Emanu-El is here to help those who are in need this winter, as we have done for 100 winters in the past, and will continue to do for 100 winters more. Your charitable contributions to Temple Emanu-El are tax deductible, and are needed now more than ever.
Mitzvah Corp is a qualifying charitable organization that provides services to Arizona residents who need temporary assistance. Your contribution to the Mitzvah Corps is treated by the Arizona Department of Revenue as a tax credit, which means that the amount contributed is subtracted directly from the taxes owed to the state of Arizona. Keep in mind that the amount contributed must not exceed one's overall tax liability, and your contribution must be dated no later than December 31, 2014. The maximum amount of credit is $200 for individuals, $400 for couples filing jointly. For questions about Temple Emanu-El Mitzvah Corp, contact Jill Rich at (520) 349-0174 or your tax advisor.
Make your contribution today before the time runs out for 2014, and get started on one New Year's resolution that's easy to keep. Fill out the form below to make your contribution today!
Your contribution of $200 for an individual or $400 for a married couple filing jointly to this (501)(c)(3) corporation is fully deductible from your Arizona State taxes provided that the amount given is less than your total State of Arizona tax burden. Checks must be dated no later than December 31st.
NOTE: This is not intended as formal tax advice. Please consult your tax advisor for further information.