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We know that there are many great causes to give to and we are grateful that you consider us to be one of them. 
Our EIN is 20-8383954

C2k Ministries Inc.
W303N8453 River Edge Drive
Hartland, WI 53029

Crypto/Digital Currency

We are now prepared to accept Crypto and Digital currencies via our account with Engiven. We are excited to offer this as an option to those that are prepared to give this way.

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Donation Statistics

Charitable giving is critical for the overall health of any non-profit. C2k Ministries Inc. has gone to great lengths to stay well above board with all of our finances and being transparent.

The Internal Revenue Service considers digital currencies to be noncash property.  So, if a taxpayer buys units of a digital currency and later sells them at a gain, the taxpayer will be subject to tax on the gain…pursuant to the rules for taxing capital gains.  But if a taxpayer donates the appreciated digital currency directly to a qualified charity, he/she will not be taxed on the appreciation in value.   And the even better news…neither will the charity!  That is because capital gains of U.S. 501(c)(3) public charities (which include churches) are not typically subject to federal income tax.  The amount deductible by the donor will vary depending on the facts, but if the donor held the digital currency for more than a year prior to donating it, he/she may be entitled to a deduction of the full fair market value of the digital currency contributed, with no tax on the gain!

Taken from nonprofitsource.com, here are a few important giving statistics:

  • 30% of annual giving occurs in December.
  • 10% of annual giving occurs on the last 3 days of the year.
  • 77% believe everyone can make a difference by supporting causes.
  • 4.5 is the average number of charities each person supports.
  • 64% of donations are made by women.
  • 69% of the population gives.
  • Total charitable giving grew 4.1% in 2016 and 5% in 2017.
  • In 2016, the majority of charitable dollars went to religion (32%), education (16%), human services (12%), grantmaking foundations (11%), and health (9%).
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