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Old 04-12-2012, 08:28 PM   #15
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I would like to ask a question about Habitat for Humanity. I have been involved with this group in my hometown. it was very rewarding. at the same time does anyone know if you travel to a build to volunteer, do any of your expenses getting to build a tax deduction, since you are volunteering? Such as fuel, gas mileage, food, and stays while getting to destinations. I can can deduct a $$$ its better than going to Washinton. Thanks in advance
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And how are we going to follow you on the trip with the filming and the written material. Is there a site to be for us to view your progress?
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Old 04-13-2012, 12:14 AM   #17
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Amy,

Enjoy the trip and Safe Travels in your Adventure, the memories will last forever.
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Old 04-13-2012, 11:39 AM   #18
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I would like to ask a question about Habitat for Humanity. I have been involved with this group in my hometown. it was very rewarding. at the same time does anyone know if you travel to a build to volunteer, do any of your expenses getting to build a tax deduction, since you are volunteering? Such as fuel, gas mileage, food, and stays while getting to destinations. I can can deduct a $$$ its better than going to Washinton. Thanks in advance
If I remember correctly...you can deduct cash contributions and you can take a standard milage deduction for milage. Your time, lodging and meals are on your dime.
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Old 04-22-2012, 10:47 PM   #19
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So you got a group of people who have never traveled together crammed into a converted school bus for a year on the road. Why am I thinking about the TV show Survivor.....
I was kinda thinkin'........Hippies. But then none of you are old enuff to remember the flower covered Hippie Mobiles of the 60's. Now are you?
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Amy,

You are very brave to post your program on this site. I hope you and your group are "thick skinned." The road is free--enjoy your travels. . Good luck.
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I wish I had read this post earlier, We were parked across from you at Austin the last couple of nights.
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