Virtual Fireworks Fundraiser

 

We recently announced the Seventh Annual Devils Lake Neighborhood Association Fireworks display scheduled Saturday July 3rd.  In the past we would invite you to join us on the fireworks barge each Memorial Day holiday weekend. This year with the pandemic still hanging around we will not be holding an in person fundraising event. We still have a long way to go to fund this year’s display and to that end we are holding a "Virtual Fireworks Fundraiser".  What does that really mean?  It means that you can make your donation virtually anytime by donating online by following this link.  

Check with your tax advisor because the IRS enacted several rule changes to the tax code as part of the 2020 CARES Act creating new incentives for charitable giving. In 2020, the CARES Act allowed for an additional, “above-the-line” deduction for charitable gifts made in cash of up to $300. This provision is extended and expanded into 2021 for taxpayers. In 2021, married filing joint filers are now able to claim up to $600 in benefit; all other filings status remain the same at up to $300.   Put another way, these changes let you make your donation to the Devils Lake Neighborhood Association Fireworks Fund and it can reduce your taxable income and tax bill. Let Uncle Sam help pay for the fireworks this year by following this link to our donations page.

We have a great weekend planned by hosting on Saturday July 3rd Lincoln City's only fireworks display.  We'll follow that with another great boat parade on Sunday July 4th that the whole family can enjoy.  Thank you in advance for your generous donation.

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  • Gina Garcia
    commented 2021-07-04 11:41:07 -0700
    What happened to the fireworks display over Devil’s Lake? Many people traveled to Lincoln City to watch from Regatta Park and the state park across the lake. They allowed their children to stay up late specifically so they could watch the lovely display.
    Nothing was visible!! Why did you move the display north? Surely you realize most people gather at the parks. Please move the display back to where it has been in the past. If it continues to be located elsewhere you will see the interest drop. People will take their children, and their money to another place where they can actually “see” the display! Please explain!!
  • Mitchell Moore
    published this page in Home 2021-05-18 23:30:23 -0700

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