A. CAPWN is funded through local, state and federal grants. These grants provide basic funding. Private support advances basic services to exceptional service to individuals, children and families.
Q. What do private gifts accomplish at CAPWN?
A. Local, state and federal funding allow CAPWN to provide basic services. Private gifts allow CAPWN to reach more clients, increase our visibility throughout the service area, expand and enhance services, launch new programs, renovate and expand old buildings, and provide the financial means for new construction.
Q. Who gives to CAPWN?
A. Committed individuals, businiesses and foundation in the community who recognize that helping people become self-sufficient benefits the entire community.
Q. Do all gifts really make a difference?
A. Absolutely! All gifts are appreciated and benefit CAPWN. Gifts of all amounts enhance available resources at CAPWN and help improve the services received.
Q. How do I begin the process of making a gift?
A. Whether you are making a gift through annual support, or a major gift through short-term or long-term planned giving methods, CAPWN Foundation representatives are available to discuss your plans with you and your advisors. You can contact the CAPWN Foundation directly by calling Brad Staman at 635-3089 or you can click "Gift Questionnaire" to help narrow your choices. At the end of the questionnaire an e-mail will be sent to the CAPWN Foundation and a representative will contact you.
Q. What types of gifts can I make?
A. There are a number of options available to you. You can explore those options by clicking "Gift Questionnaire" or you can contact the CAPWN Foundation directly by calling Brad Staman at 635-3089. You can also make an online donation by clicking the following button:
Types of Gifts
There are several ways to give a gift that the CAPWN Foundation can use towards the fight to end poverty in your community. Please call Brad Staman at (308) 635-3089, ext. 306 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the following investment options.
Cash: The simplest way to give. Your gift is tax deductible. You can make a donation right now online by clicking the following button:
Gifts of Securities: Provides a charitable income tax deduction, avoids capital gains taxes and reduces potential estate taxes.
Tangible Personal Property: A gift that allows you to deduct the fair market value of the gift, avoid all capital gains taxes and remove that asset from your taxable estate.
A gift as part of your will:A way to defer a gift until after your lifetime and leave a lasting legacy.
A gift as a bequest: A way to defer a gift until after your lifetime and leave a lasting legacy.
Gifts of real estate: A gift with triple tax benefits.
A gift of tangible personal property: A gift that allows you to deduct the fair market value of the gift, avoid all capital gains taxes and remove that asset from your taxable estate.
Donor advised funds: A gift of funds to be given in allocations, amounts and purposes specified by the donor.