Colorado State Tax Credit What that means is that a taxpayer who makes a monetary contribution of $250 or more to the ASC is entitled to a Colorado Income Tax credit of 25% of the value of the contribution up to a maximum credit of $100,000 per year. In-kind contributions are eligible for a 12.5% in-kind credit. In-kind contributions include employee labor, materials, furniture, computer equipment or stock. With federal deductions for donations, this can mean that a $10,000 donation may only cost the donor $5,000 or less. Contact Gabe Walker with questions on how to utilize this tax credit. **We are currently in the process of renewing the Region 10 Enterprise Zone Tax Credit program and will have a brief lapse before donations become eligible again. All donations made before January 1, 2023 are eligible under the current program. We expect to have our renewal up and running again by February. If you had intended to donate early this year and access the EZ Tax Credit, we suggest holding off until we send notice of the renewal. Please reach out to us with any questions and thank you for your ongoing support!** ReFUND CO Coloradans can give all or part of their state income tax refund to the Adaptive Sports Center to help continue our mission and vision. ReFUND CO allows you to be in charge of where your donation goes, just by simply following these steps: Decide how much of your refund you want to donate. Enter Adaptive Sports Center and our registration number 20023003326 in the Donate to a Colorado Nonprofit Fund line on your state income tax return or software. You can also give this information to your tax preparer when you share your tax documents. Learn more about the program at RefundWhatMatters.org.