Faith Strong relies on volunteers and donors who are committed to our mission and vision. We are actively looking for volunteers to assist with fundraising events, committees, community outreach events, and office work, and much more. If you are interested in volunteering your time, talent or in-kind services, please submit a volunteer application.
When you financially support Faith Strong, you are making a positive impact make a donation to Faith Strong, 90% of every dollar goes directly to helping women and men impacted by Breast Cancer. The following represent just a few examples of how your gift can be a lifeline to Breast Cancer Patients in our community. Your tax-deductible donation funds lifesaving research, client assistance, community education, treatment and care, and would mean so much to someone fighting Breast Cancer.
Please donate today. We deeply appreciate all gifts regardless of size.
Our Commitment to Our Donors
We will not sell, share or trade our donors’ names or personal information with any other entity, nor send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations.
This policy applies to all information received by Faith Strong, both online and offline, on any Platform as well as any electronic, written, or oral communications.
To the extent any donations are processed through a third-party service provider, our donors’ information will only be used for purposes necessary to process the donation.
With the passage of the SECURE Act and the CARES Act, the federal government recently incentivized charitable giving to organizations like ours. The following changes may be important for you to consider as you think about your charitable giving this year.
Under the CARES Act, taxpayers who do not itemize deductions can claim up to $300 in deductions for charitable contributions.
For individuals reaching age 70½ in 2020 or later, the SECURE Act changes the age, from 70½ to 72, at which individuals are required to take distributions from their tax-deferred retirement savings accounts. However, with some exceptions, the CARES Act temporarily suspends required minimum distributions (RMDs) from retirement accounts for the 2020 tax year, regardless of the account holder’s age. Donors who continue to receive RMDs in 2020 may find that, as in prior years, there can be efficient ways to support us by directing all or a portion of their RMDs to the organization through a qualified charitable distribution from an IRA.
Typically, individuals can take a charitable deduction of up to 60% of their adjusted gross income (AGI) for cash gifts to charities. In 2020 only, the CARES Act allows individuals to deduct cash gifts up to 100% of their 2020 AGI.