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Indiana Landmarks saves the historic places that shape our lives, distinguish our communities, and connect generations.

Moscow Covered Bridge
Just days after a tornado sent the Moscow Covered Bridge crashing into the Flatrock River, Rush County Commissioners voted to rebuild the 1886 bridge. Indiana Landmarks helped raise money for the restoration, an effort that drew statewide publicity and support. Rebuilt with 40 percent of the original timbers by Dan R. Collom & Sons, the Moscow Covered Bridge reopened in 2010. (Photo: Marsh Davis)

Help Us Save Indiana's Landmarks

We save buildings because it’s practical to reuse vintage places, and because they act as economic drivers, improving property values and attracting the workforce of the future.

Most of all, we save historic places because they make life in Indiana more beautiful, more interesting, singular and special.

If you share Indiana Landmarks’ passion for saving and revitalizing its historic places, please support us by making a donation—online, or by mailing a check, or contributing a gift of stock, or even a building. To learn more about how your gift can assist our work, contact Sharon Gamble, Vice President for Development: 800-450-4534, 317-822-7921, sgamble@indianalandmarks.org.

 

COVID-19 Update

The Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021 (H.R. 133) extended two opportunities for donors that were established by 2020’s CARES Act:

  • A universal (or non-itemized, above-the-line) deduction allowing taxpayers to deduct up to $300 in charitable contributions (cash donations, not in-kind contributions) made in 2021. For 2021, both spouses may claim the $300 for a total of $600.
  • For those who claim itemized deductions, the charitable deduction limit is raised from 60 percent of adjusted gross income to 100 percent for donations made in 2021.

If you would like to discuss a charitable gift to Indiana Landmarks, contact Sharon Gamble, Vice President for Development, 317-822-7921, sgamble@indianalandmarks.org. As always, please consult your own tax advisor for advice.