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Logan Crisis Care Fund

Now, more than ever, we need your help to support students, faculty and patients.

Logan Crisis Care Fund

Now, more than ever, we need your help to support students, faculty and patients.

Your Gift Can Help at a Crucial Time

Logan University is committed to providing students and staff with the resources, instruction, and support they need to receive and offer the highest quality education. In the wake of Covid-19, we have established the Logan Crisis Care Fund to support our community. We need your help to ensure Logan students and faculty continue to thrive, even during this time of uncertainty.

The Logan Crisis Care Fund will be used to:

  • Offer additional scholarship support for those directly affected by the coronavirus, whether from job loss, illness and other personal hardships
  • Offset the costs accrued to move traditional classes to an online platform, including the purchase of laptops and other support technology essential to virtual education
  • Develop and introduce a Telehealth program for clinic patients who are unable to make in-person visits at this time

We understand that the global health crisis has impacted us all. But if you are in a position to help, we welcome your contributions to our Crisis Care Fund.

New Charitable Deduction Guidelines

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) includes enhanced charitable income tax deduction provisions for cash donations made in 2020 to certain public charities, including higher education institutions.

Your gift to Logan University’s Crisis Care Fund will be fully tax-deductible.

The CARES Act provides a $300 deduction to non-itemizers and increases the annual deduction limit for cash donations by individuals to charitable organizations from 60% to 100% of the taxpayer’s annual gross income. The deduction limit for corporations also has increased from 10% to 25% of taxable income.

We always encourage you to consult with your tax adviser for more details regarding your personal tax liability.

Thank you for your support for Logan University at this important time!