We are seeking volunteers to help CCSE reach its goals and enrich the lives of children with disabilities. Volunteers help keep our costs down so more of the funds CCSE raises goes to educating God’s very special children.
The following Volunteer opportunities include:
By volunteering you will have the satisfaction of helping others in your community and making a difference in the lives of an at-risk population. Chances are you will acquire new friends and new skills.
To volunteer please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-933-8844.
» Download our Volunteer Application Form (MS Word, 21kb).
Giving to the Catholic Coalition for Special
By supporting the Catholic Coalition for Special Education, Inc. you can make a real difference in the life of God’s very special children in your local community. Your donation today will allow a child with special learning needs to enroll in a Catholic School and provide qualified special education instruction in a Catholic school setting allowing the child to reach his or her full potential academically and spiritually.
We offer a variety of ways for you to contribute to the growth of the Catholic Coalition for Special Education, Inc. Please select the approach that works best for you:
Catholic Coalition for Special Education, Inc.
P.O. Box 673
Kensington, MD. 20895
Thank you for supporting the Catholic Coalition for Special Education, Inc. and making our work possible!
Memorial & Honor
Giving a gift in memory of or in honor of someone serves a two-fold purpose. Not only do you commemorate and honor someone but you also help contribute to changing a child's life for the better. All memorial and honor gifts will be acknowledged through a personal note from CCSE to the honored person(s). If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution in memory of, in tribute or in honor of someone, or to commemorate a birthday, anniversary, or wedding, please contact email@example.com.
Please remember to include the name and address of the honoree, or if you are making a memorial gift, please include the family address of the person being remembered.
Do you have office supplies or office equipment you would like to donate to CCSE, please contact us to see if we are able to accept your donation: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stock or Security Giving
No matter what tax bracket you are in, making gifts of appreciated stock makes sense. Tax benefits for a donor who has owned appreciated stocks for more than one year are two-fold: capital gains tax is avoided upon transfer to BBBS and the donor can receive an income tax charitable deduction for the full market value of the stock on the date of the gift. Depending on your tax bracket and the size of the gift, there may be an opportunity to carry the charitable income tax deduction over several years. To develop a plan please contact us: email@example.com.
Bequests and Planned
A planned gift allows a donor to contribute to CCSE over a period of years or as part of an estate plan. Properly designed, it can generate a charitable income tax deduction. It can be designated for a specific purpose or provide unrestricted support for CCSE’s activities. These gifts are made in the form of trusts, bequests or endowments.
N.B. When appreciated securities are donated, you are entitled to a deduction for full value, not just the original cost.
If you would like more information about bequests and planned giving or the benefits of leaving a legacy to CCSE please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employer Matching Gifts
Would you like to get your company involved in making a difference in your community? Many corporations match gifts to charitable institutions made by employees. Some will also match the gifts of employee spouses and retired employees.
Check with your HR Department to determine whether your company has a matching gift program.
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