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Did you know?
Nonprofits are struggling to continue to meet community needs heightened by COVID-19 concerns. As a result, the CARES Act includes incentives for donors to continue giving to charity in 2020.
The CARES Act applies a temporary universal charitable deduction for all taxpayers of up to $300. Ninety-two percent of taxpayers take a standard deduction rather than itemizing their charitable giving—under the new provision, taxpayers who do not itemize can now directly benefit from their charitable cash donations.
For 2020, there is no limit on cash contributions to charities making them fully tax deductible. The CARES Act increases the typical limit of giving from 60% of your adjusted gross income to 100%.
The CARES Act increases the maximum that corporations can donate to charity from 10% to 25% of their adjusted income. The maximum that corporation can donate to charity for food inventory has increased from 15% to 25% of their gross adjusted income.
Caring for Communities
Among additional provisions to protect employment and support the economy, the CARES Act puts communities first by empowering individual and corporate donors to continue giving to the charities that matter to them. Always donate to trusted 501(c)(3) nonprofits.
You can read the complete text of the CARES Act at congress.gov.
Greetings from the Muley Fanatic Foundation Board of Directors,
As the Board of Directors for the Muley Fanatic Foundation, we are charged with helping chart the future, negotiate obstacles and set an exciting path forward for an organization that has a proven track record of getting things done for mule deer and their habitat. Since inception as a Non-Profit conservation organization in 2012, Muley Fanatic Foundation has grown from one chapter located in southwest Wyoming to sixteen chapters across 6 different states. Nearly 3.2 MILLION dollars have been put ON THE GROUND in the states of Wyoming, Colorado, Idaho and Utah for mule deer but with their ongoing plight, much more needs to be done. With the nearly 40% decline in mule deer numbers across the west in the last two decades, there are many problematic areas that face our great Icon of the West.
The full-time staff of MFF has grown, from Founder/CEO Joshua Coursey and Co-Founder and COO Joey Faigl, to the addition of Director of Operations Chris Steffen two years ago and most recently, the hiring of Janet Crofts Office Manager, that will help with memberships and much needed office necessities. These are exciting times of growth and preparation for the future of the Foundation. In addition, with the increased growth of the Foundation over the years, staff has simply outgrown their past rental location. It had served MFF well, but a new office has been purchased to continue the growth. The space provides room for the merchandise sold, the merchandise for each of the chapters fundraising events, the yearly gun calendar operation, marketing and video space needs, meeting room and working area for staff. Since MFF staff live and see southwest Wyoming as their home, the need to find a new location in the same area was vital. This space has been found, but that came with a big expense.
Being a non-profit, the financial goals of the Foundation is to hold very little capital, beyond what is needed for salaries, day to day operations and for purchasing of merchandise for chapters ahead of the fundraisers. Additionally, MFF operates on a 70/30 model where the bulk of the revenue raised stays with the local chapters, in local bank accounts and allocated by all volunteers to local projects within the MFF mission. Because of this, additional capital needs to be raised expeditiously.
Please take a moment to consider giving to Muley Fanatic Foundation.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR SUPPORTING CONSERVATION!