Canines With a Cause Donate Tax Deductible Donation

Did you know tax deductible donations can be made in cash, stocks, bonds or securities? See below for details

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At any given time Canines With a Cause has approx 70 veterans actively training and over 100 on the waiting list.

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Every day, 22 soldiers succumb to PTSD and take their lives... but your support shows them that their lives still have meaning.  Your gift to Canines With a Cause empowers them with a network of support and a companion trained specifically to aid them with their secret struggles.

                                                                                

Every donation will help RESCUE innocent dogs from high-kill shelters and SAVE our soldiers who are suffering in silence.
So please make a generous, tax-deductible gift of whatever you can afford today.

From a thoughtful and caring young man, who wanted his family's annual contribution to help Canines With a Cause. Dubbed The Ted Fund , donations of stocks and securities continue to grow and support while providing the donor with a potential tax deduction--

“Our dogs add so much happiness to our lives – I couldn’t imagine our house without them. But I chose Canines With A Cause because it does more than save animals – it saves people too. Both the prisoners that train the dogs and the veterans that ultimately adopt them are served by these amazing dogs. To watch these dogs with both the handlers and the veterans shows just how powerful the program is. I am really glad that we got involved with Canines With A Cause.”

  • Ted O’Brien, age 10

Ted, adopted to a veteran named in Honor of Ted O'Brien

Sincerest Thanks,
Cathy King, Executive Director

Donate today using our secure online form below or contact Kathleen Barlow for securities donations

Donations in kind are donations of stock directly to Canines with a Cause. These donations are often made to reduce or eliminate the amount of tax that needs to be paid on appreciated assets. The donor that makes the donation will get receipts from their financial Institution indicating that the donation has been made. Canines with a Cause will send an Official Tax Statement directly to the donor once the Donations has been received CWAC’s financial Institution. There may be significant tax advantages for doing this. A donor may be able to avoid federal estate and income tax on the investments increase in value while still taking any charitable donation deduction. For example, he or she paid $10 per share for 100 shares of stock which increases to $100 a share. Donation of this stock to the CWAC is recorded as $10,000 donation. The tax effect is that the donor (a) avoids taxation on the $9,000 gain while still (b) likely qualifying for a charitable donation deduction for the full $10,000.

Instructions for donations given to donor’s financial institution:

DTC Securities DTC #0725  FAO: Canines for a Cause Foundation, Incorporated    Account#: 1289A933

Advisor Contact: Kathleen Barlow, Raymond James Financial    435-714-8381    Kathleen.barlow@raymondjames.com   2750 E. Cottonwood Pkwy  Suite 520   Cottonwood Heights,   UT  84121