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Without the support of donors like you, Coburn Place would not have been able to accomplish the following in 2016:

  • Provide an Advocate to each the 67 adults who called Coburn Place home and the 15 adults in community-based housing to help them establish a Personal Plan for Independence
  • Provide more than 671 hours of group sessions covering topics such as: domestic violence and healthy relationships, housing issues, financial empowerment, physical/sexual health, self-esteem, self-defense and more
  • Provide 33,024 days and nights of safe housing to 82 women and 138 children
  • Provide more than 6400 hours of children’s programming including: life skills development, tutoring and fun, education activities to individual children throughout the year
  • Provide 163 adults with a full menu of services while on the waitlist
  • Respond to more than 380 domestic violence phone calls 24/7
  • Present information about domestic violence and Coburn Place to nearly 2,300 community members, including youth

Your continued support will change the lives of domestic violence survivors and their children.

  • $15 provides one night of safe haven for a mother and two children.
  • $50 provides an Advocate to help a resident establish her personal plan for independence.
  • $150 provides a Housing Specialist to help a woman secure safe, permanent housing.
  • $450 provides one month of safe haven for a family.
  • $6300 provides utilities for the apartments of 35 families for one month.
  • $15,000 sponsors children’s services Summer Camp program for up to 50 children.

Make a Gift Today:

By Mail
Send checks, money orders or credit/bank card information to:

Coburn Place

Attn: Lara Chandler

604 E. 38th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46205

By Phone
Call Lara Chandler, Vice President of Mission Impact at 317-923-5750
Online
Make a secure recurring or one-time donation here.

In Person
Drop off cash, checks or money orders or pay by credit or bank cards at our office:

Coburn Place

604 E. 38th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46205

Honor and Memorial Gifts

Honor and memorial gifts are wonderful ways to pay tribute to a loved one while helping someone in need. When you make a donation in honor or memory of someone, we will send notification to whomever you request.

Stock Gifts

Please complete this form or contact Lara Chandler at 317-923-5750 or lara@coburnplace.org.

Matching Gifts

Did you know that matching gifts can double or triple the value of your contribution to Coburn Place? Many companies also match the gifts of retirees, spouses, surviving spouses and outside directors. View a list of companies that match in Indiana here. For the best information, check with your human resources department to find out if your company offers this benefit. Thank you!

Charitable Giving from your IRA

Those who are age 70 ½ or older can make gifts to charitable organizations from their Individual Retirement Account (IRA).  The funds distributed from the IRA are excluded from their taxable income for the year; therefore, no income tax is paid on the IRA distribution.  As a result, the contribution cannot be taken as a charitable deduction on Schedule A of their federal income tax return.

The contribution to charity can also qualify as part or all of the IRA required minimum distribution.  Any amount up to a maximum of $100,000 per year can be distributed to charities. The charitable contribution must be made directly from the IRA to the charity.   Therefore, the donor would need to notify his/her IRA custodian to make the charitable contribution on their behalf.

Gifting funds from an IRA is the most tax beneficial means of charitable giving.  Any distribution from an IRA is taxed at the ordinary income tax rate.  By gifting these funds to charity, the donor is never required to pay income tax on the distribution.  This is better than paying tax and receiving a charitable deduction, since the charitable deduction in many cases will not be 100% realized due to the loss of Schedule A deductions based on the taxpayer’s adjusted gross income.