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Thanks to Businesses Supporting Our Ongoing Activities

A number of businesses and local individuals continue to support our efforts related to the maritime heritage of our area.  We thank the following who have made donations to our special events, for our youth boatbuilding programs and for activities at the Richardson Maritime Museum and Ruark Boatworks:

  • ACE Hardware
  • Andrew Contracting
  • J. M. Clayton Co.
  • The Contractor Yard
  • Composite Yacht
  • Dorchester Lumber
  • Chesapeake Wood Products
  • Food Lion
  • E. S. Hubbert & Son
  • Lumberyard
  • Penn State Industries
  • Sherwin Williams
  • Super Fresh
  • Wal-Mart
  • Warren’s Woodworks
  • Whittington Marine
  • Yacht Maintenance
  • American Legion Post No.91
  • Elks Lodge 1272
  • Old Salty's Restaurant
  • Molly Meredith
  • 343 West at Lewis General Store
  • Kay's at the Airport
  • Canvasback Restaurant & Pub LLC
  • Bella Luna
  • Rufus & Loraine Todd
  • J. Corvan Architect, LLC
  • Jane Devlin
  • Philadelphia Advertising Sailing Assn.
  • George J. Conlon
  • Millie's Restaurant at the Point
  • Bistro Poplar
  • Finish Line
  • Snapper's Waterfront Cafe
  • Ocean Odyssey
  • The Creek Deli
  • Pizza Palace Greek & Italian Restaurant
  • Kool Ice & Seafood

 

  • Super Giant
  • Bay Country Bakery
  • Choptank Electric Trust, Inc.
  • Nathan Foundation
  • Bank of the Eastern Shore
  • Atlantic Circulation, Inc.
  • J&B Eastern Saw & Tool
  • Gerald L. Horney
  • David J. Singlestad
  • Betty Boda
  • Linda Andrews
  • Edward R. Thieler III, MD
  • Big Marios Pizza
  • Scoop Station
  • Capt. Wade Murphy, Jr.
  • Capt. Wade Murphy, III
  • Easton Utilities
  • Rescue Fire Company
  • Victor H. MacSorley Construction, Inc.
  • The Drug Store
  • Virginia Martus
  • Bonnie Shertenlieb
  • Mike & Linda Starling
  • Thomas Funeral Home
  • Antique & Classic Boat Society
  • National Bank of Cambridge
  • Robert Johnson
  • Cambridge Yacht Club
  • Portside Seafood Restaurant
  • High Spot
  • Leaky Pete's
  • Suicide Bridge Restaurant
  • Joy Staniforth

  • Monarch Web Services
  • Jill Jasuta - newsletter
  • Betsey Harrington Bookkeeping Services LLC

Museum Offers Businesses Tax Credits For Contributions

The James B. Richardson Foundation, Inc. continues to offer businesses and for the first time individuals Maryland state tax credits in exchange for targeted contributions.

We thank those businesses that have made contributions to the James B. Richardson Foundation, Inc. under the Community Investment Tax Credit Program:
  • Dr. Anthony Calabro
  • Bank of the Eastern Shore
  • National Bank of Cambridge
  • Wise Oil & Fuel
  • Ginger Brannock, Realtor
  • Jay Corvan, Architect
  • Dorchester Service Associates
  • Cambridge Cabinet Company
  • Victor H. MacSorley Construction, Inc.
  • Jones Implement Company
  • E.S. Hubbert & Son, Inc.
  • Composite Yacht, LLC
  • Provident State Bank
  • Dr. Randall H. Hiers
  • Sewell Frey
  • Betsey Harrington Bookkeeping Services
  • Gannon Family Limited Partnership
  • Barnett Concrete LLC
  • Dorchester Lumber Co., Inc.
  • Hidden Cove, Inc. 
  • Michael Moore
  • Doug Kyle
  • David J. Singelstad

The Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) Program, run by Maryland's Department of Housing and Community Development, awards the tax credits to eligible non-profit organizations that apply for entry into the program. Businesses contributing $500 or more under the program earn a tax credit of fifty percent of the amount of the contribution.

This credit is taken against the individual's or company's Maryland state tax liability and may be claimed in addition to the regular federal and state charitable contribution deductions, making the out-of-pocket expense to the individual or business as little as eight cents on the dollar, depending on their  tax bracket.

Individuals and businesses, including sole proprietorships, with a Maryland state tax liability are eligible for participation just by making a contribution to the Foundation and filling out a simple one-page form. Contributions under this program are targeted for the Administrative Personnel-retention and development project.

Participation in the CITC program, and the local businesses that are making generous contributions to our organization under this program, are laying a foundation on which we will build our future and we greatly appreciate their support.

For information on how to make a contribution to the James B. Richardson Foundation under the Community Investment Tax Credit Program, please contact the Foundation at 410-221-1871.

Planned Giving - Leave a Legacy

By including the James B. Richardson Foundation in your financial and estate plans, you may increase your current income and provide future support for areas of the museum important to you. Often you can make a larger gift than you might have thought possible, while also benefiting yourself. You can also leave your legacy by making a planned gift in memory of someone. Planned giving is an opportunity for you to help the James B. Richardson Foundation during and beyond your lifetime.

Go to www.leavealegacy.org

LEAVE A LEGACYбу is the public awareness campaign conducted by the National Committee on Planned Givingбу. The goal of the LEAVE A LEGACYбу program is to increase the quantity of charitable legacy giving across North America. The James B. Richardson Foundation, Inc., is a proud partner of the LEAVE A LEGACYбу program.

For more information about how you can include the James B. Richardson Foundation in your estate plans, or to learn more about making an income-producing gift, such as an annuity gift or a charitable remainder trust, please contact the Richardson Maritime Museum at 410-221-1871.


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