General Questions

The most common questions most people want answered..

Who Are You?

Giving Center is a nonprofit charitable organization committed to helping those in need, fulfilling those needs and filling the “gaps” left by many overburdened programs.

How do I receive Assistance?

We review each help request and determine whether or not we can be of assistance based on our findings. If you would like to apply for help, please click here and explain your needs.

How do I contact you?

You can either click here and complete our contact form or call us 7 days a week toll free at (888)-228-7320 to speak with us directly.

Is my Personal Contact Info Secure?

At no time does the Giving Center supply your information to any third parties without your prior authorization for any reason whatsoever.

What Can I Donate?

You can donate anything that has value. Vehicles, boats, aircraft, gemstones, real estate, intellectual property, antiques, collectibles, RV / Campers, fractional interest in property, fine art, comic books and so on. Many items will require valuation or appraisal, especially when valued over $5000.00.

Frequently Answers & Questions

These are some of the most common questions we get asked. For anything else, please contact us.

The size of your tax deduction is determined by the current market value of the asset, as opposed to the cost of the asset when it was purchased. So if you purchased a house in 1968 for $92,000 and today it is worth $950,000, the current value is what you base your tax deduction on and in this case it will be quite substantial. Click here to learn more about tax deductions...

We can proudly say that all proceeds go directly towards supporting the programs and individuals that honestly have no where else to turn.. We have hundreds of requests for help every week, each situation unique in its own right. Without generous donors such as yourself, we would never be able to help fulfill the needs of those seeking our helping hand.

Yes, if you donate it to a library, school, or a nonprofit program such as Computers with Causes. The tax laws pertaining to this are Section 170 of the Federal Income Tax Code, the New Millennium Classrooms Act, and the 21st Century Classrooms Act. Business donors can deduct the un-depreciated value of the computer, and individuals can deduct the current market value of a computer. - Computer Donation FAQ's

Do You or Someone you know Need Help?

With Causes has helped touch the lives of thousands of families in need, social service agencies and numerous charitable organizations worldwide. We invite you to explain your needs and situation.

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