Double the Impact of Your Donation!
Hurry before the 2016 tax year is over!
There is still time to make your tax-deductible gift for 2016 and have your donation matched dollar-for-dollar for the protection of Michigan’s natural heritage.
Thanks to a generous Trustee challenge grant, all gifts to MNA of $100 or more will be matched, dollar-for-dollar, up to $10,000.
All donations will provide sustainable support to help MNA acquire, protect, and maintain critical habitat for rare, threatened and endangered species throughout the year.
Double Your Impact by December 31.
Send your year-end gift in the mail today, make a secure donation online, or give us a call at (866) 223-2231.
Thank you for all that you do to help MNA build a brighter future for Michigan!
IRA Rollover Deadline is December 31
The IRA Charitable Rollover was made permanent last year but must be done soon to count for 2016. Take advantage of this special tax treat for the year-end giving season!
Here’s how it works:
- People age 70 1/2 or older can make IRA transfer gifts tax-free if they are to a qualified charity like the Michigan Nature Association;
- Gifts of up to $100,000 qualify when IRA assets are transferred directly to the charity;
- Gifts count towards the required minimum distributions you must take annually from your traditional IRAs, but aren’t included in your adjusted gross income;
- For married couples, each spouse can transfer up to $100,000 from their IRA.
But time for a qualifying gift for the 2016 tax year is running out. Transfers must be completed by Dec. 31, 2016 for this tax year. To make a qualifying gift to MNA for the 2016 tax year we encourage you to contact your IRA administrator while there is still time.
The IRA Charitable Rollover is permanent, so you can begin planning your 2017 tax-free gift to MNA!
P.S. You can double your impact with a tax-deductible gift to protect Michigan’s rare, threatened and endangered species of $100 or more, up to $10,000, through a generous dollar-for-dollar matching challenge grant!
Donate today by visiting michigannature.org.