Build a Better Future: Support Space Foundation Education Programs
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Contributions to the Space Foundation help fund:
- Teacher professional development courses
- Interactive classroom programs
- Compelling educational exhibits
Space Foundation education programs open up possibilities for students of all grade levels - from PreK to college - so they can reach their highest potential. Every contribution, no matter the size, helps launch the next generation of space leaders.
The Space Foundation is a 501(c)3 global, nonprofit organization based in Colorado that has been providing teachers and students with standards-based, space-related educational programs since 1985, in support of our mission to advance space-related endeavors to inspire, enable and propel humanity.
The Space Foundation welcomes contributions to provide education programs for teachers and students. In-kind contributions could include services, materials, furnishings or space artifacts and tax credits are available for Colorado state income tax. A tax credit is a direct dollar-amount reduction in tax liability that is not affected by a tax bracket or any other criteria. The donor is also eligible for additional bracket-dependent federal and state deductions for contributions, as well. Because deductions can vary, donors should consult a tax advisor for details on specific tax liabilities.
Colorado State Tax Information
The Space Foundation is designated as an El Paso County (Colo.) Enterprise Zone project. Contributions of $250 to $100,000 are eligible for a 25 percent Colorado state tax credit and in-kind contributions up to $50,000 are eligible for a 12.5 percent Colorado state tax credit. The deduction applies only to Colorado State income taxes. To claim your donation as an Enterprise Zone Donation, please check the box below. A tax certificate will be sent to from the El Paso County Enterprise Zone Administrator. Consult your tax advisor for eligibility.
Find Out More
Find out how to donate here. For more information, email [email protected].
This article is part of Space Watch: December 2012 (Volume: 11, Issue: 12).
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