Shanae Ingram and Shania Ingram
Fayetteville State University
These twin sisters from Jamaica could not return home, work in the U.S., or rely on family support to meet basic living needs.
Since 1919, IIE has been there when students need us. In our earliest days, IIE rescued over 600 students and scholars during the Bolshevik Revolution. This summer, we provided over 630 emergency grants to international students in the U.S. caught up in the global coronavirus pandemic.
Meet the Students
María and Nicole
Rosie, Bryan, and Mwangi
Tax Incentives for Charitable Giving in 2021
Congress has recognized that the gifts generous donors make to nonprofits are an essential way everyone can help in this crisis. You can help IIE support students and scholars while saving on your 2021 income taxes.
For those who don’t itemize their taxes: You can deduct up to $300 per taxpayer ($600 for a married couple) for charitable contributions.
For those who do itemize: You can deduct up to 100% of your adjusted gross income (AGI) for charitable contributions.
As always, you should consult your tax advisors. IIE does not provide tax advice.
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