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Corporate and Foundation Relations

Partnerships Begin Here

Boise State is committed to fostering mutually beneficial relations with local, state and regional businesses and industry partners.  Offering connections to faculty and students, research and innovation, we can help you connect and collaborate with our campus community.

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Idaho Education Tax Credit

Donations to Boise State University qualify for a 50% tax credit — a reduction in the actual tax you owe. If you itemize your taxes, a donation to Boise State allows income tax deductions on both your state and federal returns, plus a 50% Idaho income tax credit.

Your tax benefit is dependent on your personal income level and filing status. Please contact your tax consultant for additional information.

Idaho individuals may take up to 50% of a gift of $1,000 (a tax credit of $500)

Idaho married couples may take up to 50% of a gift of $2,000 (a tax credit of $1,000)

Idaho corporations may take up to 50% of a gift of $10,000 (a tax credit of $5,000)

Employer Gift Matching

Double Your Impact

Many employers “match” their employees’ charitable contributions, providing an easy and effective way of leveraging your gift to Boise State. Some companies provide the guidelines and forms to fill out online, or you can check with your Human Resources office. Some companies match the contributions of retirees and employees’ spouses.

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Tax Exempt Status

The Boise State University Foundation is recognized as a tax-exempt organization under 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code (#82-6010706).

Contributions to the Foundation are tax-deductible.  The Foundation funds are managed by professional fund custodians and investors whose performance is reviewed quarterly by a committee of the Boise State University Foundation Board of Directors.

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