Auction 2020

Friday, November 20, 2020



To adapt to pandemic conditions, this year’s Auction, STA Strong, will shift to a virtual event. Please mark your calendars to join what is sure to be a special evening celebrating all that makes STA strong - the premier education, unwavering faith, the bonds of sisterhood, and the commitment to love the dear neighbor without distinction.

Proceeds from the Auction benefit students’ financial assistance, as well as the education, programs, and facilities provided by St. Teresa’s Academy. This year, more than ever, your support is needed.
 

Auction Chairs
Erice & Steve Coppinger
Erin (Donnelly, '93) & Dan Cowan
Jenny & Warren Erdman
Chrystal & Ken Johnson
Keli (O'Neill, '94) & John Wenzel

 


Buy from Amazon

An easy way to contribute to the Auction is to purchase items from the St. Teresa's Academy Wish List on Amazon. The items you buy will be sent directly to STA to be included in the Auction. Click the button below to explore the Amazon Wish List.

In addition, AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support St. Teresa's Academy every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection, and convenient shopping experience as Amazon, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to St. Teresa's (when designated as your charitable organization).

Questions? Contact Sarah Ralph at sralph@stteresasacademy.org


Thanks to the CARES Act, donors like you may qualify for new tax advantages. When you support the premier Catholic, college-preparatory education offered to young women at St. Teresa's Academy, you can benefit from recently announced tax deductions.

  • New $300 Deduction: Individuals who take the standard deduction can claim an above-the-line tax deduction for cash donations to qualified charitable organizations, up to $300.
  • 60% of Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) Limit Suspended for 2020: For gifts made in 2020, individuals who itemize deductions can deduct up to 100% of charitable contributions. Deductions for cash donations were previously limited to 60% of the taxpayer’s adjusted gross income.
  • Corporations’ 10% Limit Increased to 25%: For the 2020 tax year, corporations can deduct up to 25% of the taxpayer’s taxable income for any cash contributions made to qualified charitable organizations. Deductions for cash donations were previously limited to 10% of the taxpayer’s taxable income.

SUPERNOVA SPONSORS


 


METEOR SPONSORS



Kathy and Tom Jantsch
Robin and Mark Kistler
Jenny and Warren Erdman & Kansas City Southern
 


STAR SPONSORS




Friend of STA
Beth and Brian Madden
Lucinda Rice-Petrie and Richard E. Petrie
Jennifer and Mark Reintjes
Carol and TJ Salmon
Angie H. and Rusty Smith
Susan and Mark Spence