Caroline Center News
City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young visited Caroline Center for an open conversation with the women who are currently enrolled as trainees in the Pharmacy Technician and Certified Nursing Assistant programs at Caroline Center. read the press release
The SSND delegation visited Caroline Center prior to their visit to the United Nations and Washington, DC, where they will engage in important conversations about how to effectively address issues of social justice, peace, the integrity of creation, and the empowerment of girls and women in the 21st century. read the press release
Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce presented the Small Nonprofit Innovator Award to Caroline Center and Executive Director Pat McLaughlin, SSND. read the press release
St. Agnes Hospital, a valued community employer partner with Caroline Center, recently sponsored a Ravens Basket Raffle fundraiser in support of the Caroline Center educational program. read the press release
CitiFinancial employees sported blue jeans on Fridays during the month of December during “casual days” to benefit Caroline Center. read the press release
At its Annual Mid-Year Meeting and Rita C. Davidson Award Dinner held on December 6, 2012, at the Hotel at Arundel Preserve in Hanover, Maryland, the Women’s Bar Association of Maryland, Inc., presented Executive Director Pat McLaughlin, SSND, with a generous check in the amount of $3,500, in support of the educational program at Caroline Center. read the press release
October 1, 2012
Caroline Center, a not-for-profit, nonsectarian workforce development organization for women and social justice initiative of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, has recently appointed three new members to its board of trustees: read the press release
August 8, 2012
Caroline Center Executive Director Patricia McLaughlin, SSND, recently announced that a $75,000 grant from the Baltimore Integration Partnership (BIP) will help to make the center’s innovative and successful education and employment program available to more underserved women in Baltimore City. read the press release
Caroline Center would like donors to know that recent Congressional legislation has extended the IRA Charitable Rollover provision. The extension provides for the following:
- • Retroactive reinstatement of the 2012 Charitable Rollover provision for eligible distributions made after 11/30/12.
- •An allowance for otherwise eligible gifts made after 12/31/12 and before 2/1/13 to be treated as a 2012 donation.
- •An extension of the Charitable Rollover provision through 12/31/13.
Guidelines for the extension of the IRA Charitable Rollover provision require that the donor must be at least 70 years and 6 months of age. Donors may distribute up to $100,000, and distributions must be made directly from the IRA trustee/administrator to the qualifying public charity (donors cannot receive the distribution prior to giving to a charity.) While no charitable deduction is allowed, the distribution will be excluded from the donor’s income.
To ensure that your gift meets all of the requirements and guidelines, please consult with your IRA custodian. If you have additional questions, contact Caroline Center Development Director Mitch Crook at 410-563-1303 x31 or firstname.lastname@example.org.