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Donate to Help Kids Served by Southeast CASA

100% of your donation is used to provide CASA advocacy services for abused and neglected children. 

Southeast CASA Program is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and your donation is tax-deductible.

Become a Champion for Children 

Enroll in our monthly giving program, Champions for Children. Making a safe, easy, and affordable monthly donation via your credit card will equal an annual donation that can make a big impact in the life of a child! Please scroll down to make a secure monthly credit card donation to Southeast CASA.

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Please scroll down to make a secure credit card donation to Southeast CASA.

Thank you for your support!

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Donate by check:

Mail your check, payable to Southeast CASA, to:

Southeast CASA

P.O. Box 7017

Yankton, SD, 57078

The IRS on Charitable Giving

“Most contributions of cash or property made to a charitable organization are deductible as an itemized deduction on Schedule A, Form 1040, Itemized Deductions. Cash contributions include those made by check, credit card or debit card, as well as unreimbursed out-of-pocket expenses in connection with volunteer services to a qualifying charitable organization. Donations of property other than cash are generally deductible at their fair market value.”

~ Special reminder from the Internal Revenue Service; now is a good time to review tax benefits for charitable giving, IRS Tax Tip 2022-175, Nov. 15, 2022.


“While many individuals, families, or businesses focus on the charitable benefits they can provide to a nonprofit organization, they should note that charitable contributions can be tax-deductible. However, not all donations may qualify for claiming a deduction on a tax return or provide an offset for taxes due. The IRS offers a helpful Can I Deduct My Charitable Contributions? tool to help users determine whether a donation is tax-deductible.  If it is deductible, taxpayers most often can claim it as an itemized deduction on Schedule A, Form 1040, Itemized Deductions." 

~ National Taxpayer Advocate, writing in the blog posting, Giving Thanks, Giving Tuesday: Tax Benefits and Charitable Contributions, Nov. 22, 2022.

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