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Main Street Waterloo is a non-profit, volunteer driven organization that is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the vitality of our downtown center.
The organization is able to support downtown businesses, hang flower baskets, decorate for the holidays, host events and more because of the generosity of our community.

Main Street Waterloo is kicking off our 2023 fundraising campaign and asking the community to come together and challenging 100 people to donate $100 to make our City Center stronger and more vibrant. The money raised from this campaign will go towards downtown beautification (clean up days, flowers, holiday lights, banners, and more).

Friends of Main Street Waterloo will receive a Downtown Waterloo vinyl sticker, a thank you coupon to be used at an event, and a private thank you event at the end of the year. Friends will be recognized on our website, in our e-newsletter and more.

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Cara Miller

Zach Hansen

Jeanne Miller

Nick Hedrick

Amy Dutton

Chris Lilly

Samantha Meier

Jayne Hall

Jessica Rucker

Section 2204 of the CARES Act provides that taxpayers who do not itemize deductions may take an above-the-line deduction on their 2020 return for qualified charitable contributions in an amount not to exceed $300.

Modification of limitations on charitable contributions

Section 2205 of the CARES Act temporarily suspends the 60 percent AGI limit for cash charitable contributions that can be deducted by individuals. In 2020, individuals may deduct qualified contributions in an amount up to 100 percent of AGI. The deduction limit for cash charitable contributions for corporations is increased for 2020 from 10 percent of taxable income to 25 percent of taxable income for qualified contributions. Qualified contributions do not include contributions to a donor advised fund. The law also provides that a corporation can take a deduction in amount up to 25 percent of taxable income for donations of food inventory to charitable organizations in 2020. The food must be used for the care of the ill, needy, or infants. The usual deduction limit for these contributions is 15 percent.

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