Below are a variety of giving options to choose from.
All gifts are 100% tax-deductible.
Recurring giving is a consistent and convenient way of continuously supporting our mission and helps us plan ahead. Your donation can be automatically charged to your credit card or checking account on a regular basis.
For more information, please call Fred Dodson at 704-285-6010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about recurring giving.
Donating property, whether its land, a building or both, can be a significant investment in the development of much needed affordable housing, while also providing valuable tax benefits to you the donor – a win-win for all. For more information, please call Fred Dodson at 704-285-6010 or email email@example.com with questions about donating property.
Matching Gifts/Payroll Deduction is another consistent and convenient way of continuously supporting our mission. Many companies offer matching gift programs to charitable organizations. Contact your company’s HR representative regarding options for supporting The Housing Partnership through your workplace. If your employer requires an Employer Identification Number (EIN)/Federal Tax ID Number, please use 56-1620516.
Honor and memorial gifts are wonderful ways to celebrate loved ones, whether it’s the memory of a loved one or the anniversary, birthday, or accomplishments of someone special. Be sure to fill out the optional information on the online donation form and include his/her name. If you’re sending a check, please include his/her name on the memo line of the check.
The donation of tangible items and/or services helps to reduce operating costs so that we can focus on our mission of building stable homes, strong futures, and vibrant communities. If you’d like to make an in-kind donation, please call Fred Dodson at 704-285-6010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Housing Partnership is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization. The Housing Partnership’s federal tax identification number (FEIN):56-1620516. Our current Annual Report is available online to read here.