"Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference."
-Kathy Calvin, the UN Foundation

Special Giving Update

The CARES Act, among other coronavirus relief efforts, has instituted a provision allowing people to deduct $300 for charitable contributions. If you are married and filing jointly, your deduction is still limited to $300. Taxpayers can take this universal deduction no matter whether they itemize or take the standard deduction on their taxes.

Your support makes a difference for so many people:

  • Help for children and teens in crisis
  • Hope for those suffering from addiction
  • Stable housing for people living on the streets or in shelters
  • Socialization for adults with Alzheimer’s/dementia and developmental disabilities
  • Independence with job coaching and job placement services
  • Case management for comprehensive care
  • Family wellness with pregnancy support
  • Stability with family therapy

Hear from real individuals who have been helped by Coleman Health Services.

Prospective donors – you will be in good company

See a recent list of our contributors, who help us fulfill our mission.

The IRS recognizes Coleman Health Services as tax exempt under IRC section 501(c)(3). Your support may reduce your taxes while enabling Coleman to help struggling people find hope. Learn how to Make Your Charitable Donations More Tax Efficient – including itemizing, bundling and other strategies.