If you live in the Cedar Valley, then most likely you, or someone you know, has benefited from the work of the YWCA. Please help us to meet the needs of our community by making a generous donation today.
425 Lafayette St. Waterloo, IA 50703 phone: 319.234.7589 e-mail: email@example.com
At this time, we cannot accept your gift over the Internet, but we invite you to click here for a printable donation form for our annual year-end campaign. Your gift is important to us and to those we serve.
You Can Make a Difference!
The YWCA of Black Hawk County is a local non-profit organization with a mission to provide direct services, education and advocacy for women and their families.
Memberships are required for some programs, but many services and programs are either free or at a reduced cost to participants. All YWCA programs and services are offered regardless of an individual’s or family’s ability to pay.
Funding sources include grants, United Way and individuals just as you. Consider making a difference in your community by making a tax-deductible contribution today. The form below is provided for your convenience in making your gift.
Make a difference in the lives of those the YWCA serves!
Pension Protection Act & How it Relates to Charitable Giving
The current Pension Protection Act allows an individual to make a charitable gift to their favorite Non-profit Organization or Charity with exclusion from gross income for certain distributions of up to $100,000.00 from a traditional IRA (Individual Retirement Account) or Roth IRA.
This IRA rollover provision is allowed to individuals age 70 ˝ and older to make charitable donations in 2007 up to $100,000.00 from an IRA without having to count the donation as taxable income. This provision is only in effect through December 2007. Please check with your financial advisor regarding your status.
YWCA of Black Hawk County Recognition Opportunities
The YWCA has special recognition for individuals, groups, organizations or businesses that make cumulative gifts of $500 or more for a fiscal year (July 1 through June 30) called The 1884 Society. There are several giving levels –
Founder - $10,000 and more – The YWCA honors those who started the organization
Leader - $5,000-$9,999 – The YWCA develops women leaders
Mentor - $3,000-$4,999 – The YWCA acts as a mentor, a caregiver and a friend to those in need
Advocate - $2,000-$2,999 – The YWCA advocates for services, legislation and racial justice
Innovator - $1,000-$1,999 – The YWCA is often first in making the necessary changes needed to meet the evolving needs of those it serves
Builder - $500-$999 – The YWCA builds self-esteem, strong programs and alliances
Please consider becoming a part of this recognition group. Your gift will make a real difference in your community.
For more information, contact the Resource Development & Marketing Director at the YWCA – 319-234-7589
YWCA of Black Hawk County
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Revised: September 14, 2016