You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God.
[2 Corinthians 9:11]
Church donations and Preschool payments may be made by mail or dropping them off In person during office hours in the locked mailbox outside the office
101 N. 23rd Street
Camp Hill, PA 17011
by clicking the green or blue button on this page to use your checking or savings account, credit card, or debit card.
One-time and recurring electronic payments are processed for us by the Presbyterian Foundation on a platform meeting Payment Card Industry data security standards for handling, storage, and transmitting credit card information.
A receipt for each Church donation and Preschool payment will be emailed to you by the Foundation. In January, the Foundation will provide a gift summary for tax reporting as donations to the Foundation, not CHPC even though your donations will be included on the church's periodic Contribution Statements. Those making non-deductible Preschool payments will receive a year-end report from the Foundation.
If you have questions, please contact the church office.
OTHER GIVING CONSIDERATIONS
Retirement Savings distributions made by donors 70½ or older directly to the church from IRA, 401(k), or 401(b) accounts which otherwise would be taxable are Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs) which are excluded from federal and Pennsylvania taxable income and count toward satisfying annual Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs); however, they are not also eligible for a federal charitable income tax deduction.
Marketable Securities donated in lieu of cash and gifts of other appreciated assets (e.g., bonds, collectibles, real estate) are tax efficient as capital gains taxes on the appreciation can be avoided while getting full credit for their fair market value.
Planned Giving offers many possibilities for gifting with current or future tax benefits for you or your heirs. Some are as simple as naming CHPC as one of the beneficiaries. Consider: Tax-deferred retirement funds (IRAs); Life insurance, Bank accounts. Others should be discussed with your attorney or financial/tax advisor. Consider: Donor advised funds; Will bequest or successor to deceased beneficiaries; Charitable gift annuities or remainder trusts; Gift residence or summer home while continuing to use it during your lifetime. More details are in our Planned Giving brochure available in the office.
If you have questions, please contact
David Watts, CHPC Treasurer