Every great city has a great medical and vocational rehabilitation provider. In Kansas City, that provider is the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City (RIKC). Our $10,600,000 Rebuilding Lives: Restoring Hope capital campaign, our first since 1968, will fully reconfigure and renovate our facility located at 3011 Baltimore Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri. Our goals are to increase our program capacity, improve access to our services and enhance our operational efficiency. This effort represents the final phase of a three-part initiative to address our organization's sustainability, infrastructure and capacity.
Completion of our campaign is within our reach! To date, $6,750,000 has been raised toward our goal. Lead supporters include the Hall Family Foundation, Illig Family Foundation and the Sunderland Foundation. Additionally, a generous $500,000 challenge grant has been issued by the J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Ways You Can Help
For more information, please contact Dana Chatlin, Chief Development Officer at 816-751-7815 or email@example.com
We are pleased to have many dedicated community leaders helping guide our Rebuilding Lives: Restoring Hope Campaign.
Campaign Honorary Chairmen
William H. Dunn, Sr.
Campaign Advisory Committee
John B. Readey, III
Our Rebuilding Lives: Restoring Hope Campaign includes a number of distinct gift naming opportunities as listed below.
Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) Tax Credits are a vehicle used by the Missouri Department of Economic Development to spur community investment. Tax credits are awarded to qualifying non-profit organizations through a competitive process. Approved non-profit organizations offer the tax credits in exchange for donations supporting an approved project or program. NAP Tax Credits:
Any qualified person, firm or corporation with Missouri business income is eligible, including:
Contributions of cash, stocks and bonds may all qualify for the NAP credit. If you wish to contribute something other than cash, you are urged to first contact the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City.
The Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City (RIKC) is a health and human services organization dedicated to improving opportunities and outcomes for 2500 children and adults with disabilities annually. RIKC is our community's premier provider of medical rehabilitation, employment placement and specialty services including therapeutic learning for children and adults with complex disabilities. Our services address the most basic activities of daily living such as self-care, mobility and communication to more complex issues related to living independently, driving, attending school and working. While we serve all disability groups, we specialize in serving children and adults who have experienced a life-altering disability as a result of a brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke or complex neurological condition. Our therapeutic learning programs address the needs of young children born with disabilities and special needs.
NAP tax credit gifts support our Rebuilding Lives: Restoring Hope Capital Campaign. The $10,600,000 effort will fund the renovation of our 68,000 square foot facility located at 3011 Baltimore Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri. Our goals are to increase program capacity, improve accessibility and enhance operating efficiency. As of December 15, 2015, $6,100,000 has been committed toward our goal. Lead supporters include the Hall Family Foundation, the Illig Family Foundation and the Sunderland. RIKC has received a $500,000 challenge grant from the JE &LE Mabee Foundation of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Because taxes can be complicated, we encourage you to consultant with a qualified professional with respect to how Neighborhood Assistance Program Tax Credits may be used to reduce your Missouri tax liability. In general, NAP Tax Credits can be applied to:
The credit may first be claimed on taxes due for the year the contribution was made and may be extended for five additional tax years until the credit is exhausted. The tax credit is only claimable for the six year period and any credit not claimed in that timeframe will automatically be forfeited. The credit may not be used to offset taxes due for periods prior to the year of contribution.
The Tax Credit application must be submitted to the Missouri Department of Economic Development within one year of the date of donation or the right to the credit is forfeited.
No, NAP tax credits are not transferable or sellable.
NAP tax credits are not refundable. Credits earned may only be used to offset actual liabilities. If you have credits in excess of your liabilities, you are allowed an additional 5 years to claim them. After 6 years, any unused credits will be forfeited.
The amount of credit an individual may claim in any one year is only limited by his or her total liability; it is not limited to that portion of income that was business-related. On joint returns, both the husband and wife are limited by their individual portion of their total tax liability.
The Missouri Neighborhood Assistance Act makes this credit available to any person, firm or corporation with business income in the State of Missouri. Besides corporations, this includes financial institutions, insurance companies, express companies, partnerships and their individual partners, small business corporations (S-corporations) and their individual shareholders, limited liability companies and their individual members, and individuals who own and operate their own business, own and operate a farm in Missouri, or receive income from royalties or rental property in Missouri.
Dana Chatlin, Chief Development Officer
Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City
3011 Baltimore Avenue | Kansas City, MO 64108
816-751-7815 (Office) or 913-706-5803 (Cell)
The Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City (RIKC) exists to help those we serve achieve greater independence at home, school or work, and in the community
RIKC Exists because of generous individuals just like you, help us continue the tradition of helping others.