Industry: Non Profit

The non-profit has added a Salvation Army center to its growing list of cash & assistance recipients

Highland, MI (PRUnderground) May 31st, 2020

Driving Successful Lives, a Non-Profit Michigan Charity and 501 (c) 3 made a substantial donation of needed items to the Salvation Army, Harbor Light Center of Indianapolis, Indiana. Supporting their mission of helping and healing residential recovery clients, Driving Successful Lives Directors’ donated supplies, books, puzzles, games and other items for the program.

The Salvation Army, Harbor Light Center has a successful myriad of treatment programs both outpatient and residential and runs a well-organized and supported center. Being part of a large organization operating inside a major metropolitan city allows for helping more people on a daily, monthly and annual basis.

Driving Successful Lives’ goal is to be able to spread resources and offer contributions that will enrich the lives of others and provide help where it can. “We will continue to support the Salvation Army, Harbor Light Center and provide items for the program so they can continue their mission of doing the most good” said Executive Directors from the charity. “There is no greater feeling than helping others in need.”

About Driving Successful Lives

Driving Successful Lives’ mission is to facilitate car donations so that veterans, homeless families, children, those with addictions & other non-profits can benefit from fellow citizens giving-forward.

Every time a person gives to the charity of their choice it may also create a tax benefit for them. The money, the items, and the real property that they have donated to non-profit institutions throughout the tax year may be tax deductible which means that they could end up being the difference between a good tax return and a great tax return. Depending upon the kind of donation and the type of charity or foundation that they chose to donate to, the tax deduction it creates could be very helpful for reducing the amount taxes that they owe. Many successful and wealthy people state that at least to a certain degree, a part of whom they are and what they have become comes at least in part from the practice of giving. Contributing to charities can be a very convenient way to reduce taxes.