Charitable Giving

Your charitable giving helps up impact the lives of hundreds of at-risk children in ways that allow them to grow into successful, happy, and productive adults, with new dreams and new beginnings.  All donations made to the Campagna Academy are tax-deductible.

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There are many ways to give:

  • Cash, check, credit card – Donate Online 
  • Real estate
  • Stocks, bonds, mutual funds
  • Insurance
  • Tangible personal property
  • Employee matching gift plans
  • Designations through your local United Way
  • In-kind donations
  • Outright gifts
  • Trusts
  • Bequests
  • Beneficiary arrangements on bank accounts, IRS’s
  • Endowments or named funds
  • Multi-year gift plans
  • Donate online through our website using our donate now button
  • Become a sponsor for a fundraising event or purchase tickets

If you would like information on charitable gifts or gift planning, please call our charitable giving office at (219) 322-8614 x453, email Nikki at nwielgos@cahope.org or fill out a Charitable Giving form. Download and print the form, enter the necessary information and mail to:

Campagna Academy
Development Office
7403 Cline Avenue
Schererville, IN 46375

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2019 Annual Report 

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Important Information Regarding The CARES Act: In addition to facilitating direct financial relief to affected nonprofit organizations, the CARES Act also creates charitable giving incentives for donors to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. Section 2204 of the CARES Act includes a new above-the-line deduction (universal or non-itemized deduction that applies to all taxpayers) for total charitable contributions of up to $300. The incentive applies to contributions made in 2020 and would be claimed on tax forms next year.

Section 2205 of the CARES Act lifts the existing cap on annual contributions for those who itemize, raising it from 60 percent of adjusted gross income to 100 percent. For corporations, the legislation raises the annual limit from 10 percent to 25 percent. Food donations from corporations would be available to 25 percent, up from the current 15 percent cap.