Where's my tax receipt?
Wondering if you should be getting a tax receipt for your Finney County United Way donation
for 2023? Here's what you need to know.
Did you contribute through payroll deduction at your workplace?
If your answer is yes, we don't send tax information for your donation. Payroll deductions
happen with your employer, who then sends us a combined check for all participating
employees. Because your donation is part of your payroll, you can see your total contribution
for the year on your last pay stub of 2023.
Did you make an individual donation or a combination of donations of $250 or more?
If your answer is yes, you should be receiving tax information from us for your donation.
If your answer is no, you will not receive tax information from us as the IRS does not require it. Learn more about tax receipt requirements on the IRS website:
If you believe you should have received a tax letter and have not received one by the end of January, please contact us at email@example.com or call 620.275.1425 and leave a message if we aren't available.
When it comes time to file your tax return, don't forget that United Way supports Finney County RSVP which provides free tax preparation, for those who qualify, by a certified volunteer with the VITA program. For more information, call 620.275.5655.
New Board Members for 2024
Please help us welcome these new and renewing board members who were elected to new terms on the Finney County United Way board of directors.
Finney County Convention& Visitors Bureau
City of Garden City
Parks & Recreation
Dairy Farmers of America
Moreno Agency, LLC- Shelter Insurance
Renewing Board Members for 2024
2024 Campaign Kick-off
Susan Escareno received the Dave Sweley Volunteer award at our 2024 Campaign Kickoff. This award is in honor of Dave Sweley who combined a dream, faith, and desire to better our community. Susan is pictured here with her husband Phil, who won the award in 2011.
Susan Escareno (L), Phil Escareno (R)