Donation Match Challenge!

$25,000 X 2


Click HERE for the Pledge Form!

Click HERE for the Donation Honor Roll!

We need 4 more courts at Dick Samp Park!

The City picked up the tab for the first four courts but have no plans for additional funding. We need to step up to the plate and show the City we’re willing to invest in the project. The next 4 courts will cost about $200K. We’re hoping that if we fund half, the City will fund the other half. So, our fundraising objective is $100K. As of February 1, 2018, we have about $22K, so we need another $80K. Let’s get that $80K by year end 2018!

Donate to something concrete. Something you and numerous others can enjoy for many years to come. Something that you can look at with pride and think I helped make it happen.

Unlike big name charities, Lake Havasu Courts doesn’t pay big bucks to its CEO, and spends virtually nothing on administration: 99% of your donated $ are put to work.

DOUBLE UP! I will match the first $25,000 of donations, dollar for dollar.

US citizens have two tax-favored ways to donate:

  1. Tax-deductible donation. Make your checks out to Lake Havasu Courts and mail them to Courts, P O Box 192, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405, or give them to any board member.
  1. Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD). Taxpayers over 70.5 years of age are subject to Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) on traditional IRAs. These distributions are 100% taxable and could increase tax liability substantially. But – there’s a way to avoid paying additional taxes. Donors can instruct IRA trustees to mail the distribution directly to Lake Havasu Courts, Inc at the above address. This method reduces taxable income dollar for dollar and may place donors in lower tax bracket. Another plus: it’s available to those who don’t itemize deductions.

Canadian citizens, although there are no tax benefits, you, too, can enjoy that warm fuzzy feeling you get from donating to a great cause. Your toonies and loonies are most welcome and much appreciated.

Thanks for your generosity!

Mike Delaney