Jesus, knowing their thoughts, took a little child and had him stand beside him.
Then he said to them, “Whoever welcomes this little child in my name welcomes me; and whoever welcomes me welcomes the one who sent me. For it is the one who is least among you all who is the greatest.”
- Luke 9:47-48
Our financial pledge
- We will use every gift for the purpose it was intended.
- We will be accountable and transparent regarding the finances.
- We will follow standards of excellence in management and reporting.
Hannah’s Home is a 501C3 and gifts are tax deductible. Hannah’s Home does not receive any government funding. All funding is through private donations by individuals, churches, businesses, and grants. We are grateful for the trust and sacrifice of each donor.
Hours for donations are between 10:00 AM – Noon, and 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Monday through Thursday.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THERE IS A HOLD ON ALL DONATIONS EXCEPT NON-PERISHABLE FOODS ITEMS AND THE FOLLOWING:
Light bulbs (60 watts), Video Baby monitor (w/o using cell phone), tampons, Swiffer wet pads, Dishwasher pods, Reusable water bottles, Baby gates, Baby Q tips, Hair Dryers, Regular/Maternity One Piece, Modest Bathing Suit
WHEN DROPPING OFF, PLEASE RING THE BELL ON THE SIDE DOOR
Staff will bring in all donations.
Are you over 70 ½? Would you like to lower your tax bill?
Here’s a great way to donate to Hannah’s Home that lets you save money on federal and state income taxes. It’s called a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD). All you need to do is transfer all or part of your Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) directly to Hannah’s Home. The amount you transfer directly to a qualified charity (up to $100,000 per individual per year) can be deducted from your adjusted gross income, even if you’re not itemizing. And, since it is an “above the line” deduction, it makes your Ohio taxable income lower too. Like ordinary charitable donations, you need substantiation of your contribution, and the tax-free amount is reduced if you receive a benefit. The process for doing a direct transfer is fairly simple. Your financial advisor can fill out a distribution form if you provide the name and address of your charity. This is money you have to take out of your IRA anyway, so why not direct it to a great cause?
- Church Donations
- Corporate Donations
- Grant Income
- Individual Donations
- Misc Income
- Administrative Expenses
- Fundraising Expenses
- Operating Expenses
- Resident Expenditures