Here you may make non-tax-deductible as well as tax-deductible donations/contributions.
Non-Tax Deductible Donations
This ministry represents Jesus Christ and therefore is an arm of God and not any human government. The ministry is a personal ministry of Chaurcey Boyd in his capacity as an ordained minister of Jesus Christ; it is therefore a component of the universal church of Jesus Christ. Chaurcey prefers to simply pay taxes on any money received in the name of his personal ministry.
It is anticipated that non-tax-deductible donations would be made by churches and non-profits who do not deduct donations anyway. Additionally, they may be made by individuals who do not deduct their donations but rather use standard deductions amount or persons who just want to make a donation to support ministry services.
Note that your non-tax-deductible donations will be used by Minister Boyd directly to meet his personal family and ministry obligations rather than allocated to a local/regional church or other nonprofit recognized by the IRS. Receipts shall be provided upon request as well as otherwise appropriate.
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Tax Deductible Donations
It is anticipated that tax-deductible donations would be made by entities who do deduct donations on their tax returns or by other entities whose business policy involve tax-deductible donations.
Note that a portion of your tax-deductible donations will be allocated for salaries and a portion shall be allocated for ministry events/activities. Receipts shall be provided upon request or as otherwise appropriate.
To make a tax deductible donation to a church or nonprofit sponsoring and/or supporting Chaurcey’s ministry please contact Chaurcey so he can arrange to coordinate with a supporting partner organization whose financial model includes regular receipt and disbursement and accounting of tax-deductible donations.
In all cases, receipts shall be provided upon request or as required by IRS.
You may also support the ministry/service by purchasing a computer product or service or an insurance product or contact us to purchase advertisement space. In general, for businesses such purchases are tax-deductible as a business expense.