You can help fund MCGT in several ways:
Access Amazon.com through the MCGT website.
Click on the Amazon link in the right sidebar and a portion of every purchase you make will be donated back to MCGT.
Whenever you purchase anything through Amazon.com, MCGT will receive a donation representing 5% of those sales as long as you follow one easy step. From the MCGT website, click on the Amazon.com logo to be taken directly to the Amazon website. The Amazon logo is on the right side of this page and on the Home and Resources pages. Then, proceed as usual and make your purchases. Amazon will know you came from the MCGT website, so they can send the donation to us. Friends and neighbors can use this connection, too.
Make a tax-deductible monetary contribution.
MCGT is a non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) status, making your donation deductible on your income taxes. And it’s worth checking to see if your employer supports community organizations by matching your contribution to such organizations. It may be a dollar-for-dollar match or it may recognize volunteer activity with a donation. We’d be pleased to fill out their paperwork to verify your contribution to the appropriate agency in your company.
Designate MCGT to be a recipient of your United Way Contribution.
Write “MCGT” or “Minnesota Council for the Gifted and Talented” in the appropriate spot on the form; MCGT’s address or tax ID number are not needed. It does need to be MCGT, the state organization, that is designated, not a chapter. United Way knows MCGT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. If you want to be identified as the donor, be sure United Way has your OK to give us your name when the check is sent to MCGT; you can do that on either the United Way Pledge Card or on designation card you can request from your company’s United Way Coordinator. Then, let us know that MCGT will be the recipient. When we receive the funds, MCGT will send you an acknowledgment. If you want your contribution split with your chapter, let us know, so when the United Way check arrives we can send it to your chapter.
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