Join our Non-Profit to help raise funds
HTA is a Non-Profit 501-c in Arizona
How You can Help our Non-Profit
- Volunteer – Every Hour you spend with us (During Designated Times) working on the trails we can add an hourly wage to our trail fund.
- Participate in Meetings – We need ideas, opinions, and suggestions.
- Donate – Your Contributions will go a long way helping us Raise Money for 501c Non-Profit in Mesa, Az.
Thank you for your abundance of kindness and supreme generosity.
We are a local Non- Profit 501c4 in Arizona and our Tax ID is XXXXX.
Accordingly, The Hawes Trail Alliance does not use or pay any of its board members or staffers. We all contribute our time without compensation and share the same passions for keeping this beautiful piece of land open for recreational use.
Fixing the Eroded Tracks
When you volunteer with us, we are allowed to document the hours recorded and turn those hours into money for our next project.
Trail Heads & Signs
Currently, we have no official trail heads or parking lots to use these trails. Our priority is to make safe and convenient entrances to Hawes Trails without disrupting HOA's, City Lawes, or the environment.
When planning trails the environment has to be considered and approved for all types of animals and creatures alike.
Raising $25,000 for First Trail Head!
We can do this!
Ready to Hit the Trails?
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Donate to a Non-Profit 501-c in Arizona
We are all volunteers for the HTA and it is a no-profit organization in Mesa Arizona. We need your help to raise money to approve new trails, fund sustainable parking lots and trail heads in order to provide the best safe environment to support all trail users. We hope to see the trail system expand, and grow to a recreational masterpiece.
Want to Donate to a 501-c4 in Arizona?
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Luckily, we did some research and found out what a 501c4 is. Basically, a 501c is just a Tax code used by the IRS for a specific type of nonprofit organization. an organization must not be organized for profit and must be operated exclusively to promote social welfare. However, any contributions to 501(c)(4) organizations generally are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Lastly, your contributions may be deductible as trade or business expenses. As long as they are ordinary and necessary in the conduct of the taxpayer’s business. To end, please consult a tax professional if you want legit advice.