How Are Your Clients Maximizing Their 2020 Tax Deductions?
2020 has been a year filled with changes, and tax benefits are no exception. The recent CARES Act provides benefits for individuals and corporations including an increase in available deductions on qualified charitable contributions up to 100% of an individual’s adjusted gross income. At the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, all our funds, with the exception of Donor Advised Funds, are eligible for CARES Act benefits. For your clients, that means, with a gift to the Community Foundation, they can not only maximize their deductions, but support their charitable passions today and plan for the future. 
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Kevin and Lisa Putt share a love for dogs of all shapes and sizes, so they partnered with the Oklahoma City Community Foundation to turn their love of animals into a gift for the whole community.
Year-End Giving Deadlines
Mark your calendars to ensure your clients save and nonprofits benefit in 2020!
December 16
Grant recommendations from funds at the Community Foundation should be made to ensure the nonprofit receives them by Dec. 31.
December 18
Final day to initiate stock gifts to ensure receipt by Dec. 31.
December 31
All gifts to the Community Foundation must be postmarked or received to qualify as a 2020 charitable contribution. 
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About Us
Founded in 1969, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that works with donors to create charitable funds that will benefit our community both now and in the future. For more information, visit www.occf.org.
Questions? Contact Joe Carter at (405) 606-2914.