The Power of Donating to Worthy Causes
You’ll feel rich
Giving to others increases your capacity for love. The gift of giving makes you realize that even if you don’t have much, you have enough to share with others. Donating used clothes to a shelter, new shoes to foster kids or money to a worthy organization, as examples, will make you feel rich.
Be a part of something bigger
Donating a little bit of money or volunteering your time may not seem like much, but when your donation is joined with others, it becomes something much bigger. Small donations add up to make a really big difference.
Join our cause
Non-profit organizations help groups of people with specific wants. A lot of this money is raised through donations. You probably know people who run or bike a race to support a cause close to them. If you feel passionate about a cause, like the promotion of ethical firearms usage and to the shooting sports, donate.
Set an example
If you have children, donating to Bi State will show them you care about others and want to make our community a better place to live and raise a family. If you involve your children in choosing a good cause, you will instill a desire to share and serve that will last throughout their lives. And with Bi State in the QC community, donating will give Youth an opportunity to participate in safe, organized activities that can make a positive impact in their future.
A grateful heart
When I donate to Bi State, I feel grateful. I’m reminded how blessed I am to have a safe home and the ability to protect it through the Second Amendment and have a place to safely shoot my firearms with others that share the passion. As you give your time or write a check for our organization, know that Bi State will help people fulfill their wants and needs. You will feel thankful for the blessings and opportunities in your own life.
Money and expenses donated to a registered charity can be used as a tax deduction. Keep records of money or property donated so you can itemize correctly. Also, check with your tax adviser.