If you prefer to make a donation via mail or telephone rather than electronically please call us at 212.708.0200 or send your donation to: Children for Children, 335 Madison Avenue, 24th Floor, New York, NY 10017.
There are many other ways that you can donate to Children for Children. We have outlined other giving options below.
Children for Children relies heavily on donated goods and services from various companies and individuals. We are always looking for donations of printing services. In addition, we need large quantities of books, craft/art supplies, gardening supplies, and paper.
If you have any contacts or ideas on how to obtain some of these items, or your company is willing to donate in-kind goods or services, please e-mail us at email@example.com or call Sara at 212.708.0200.
Gifts of securities, which have risen in value since their purchase, are particularly attractive under our current tax laws. Here's why:
You can make a contribution in honor of an anniversary, birthday, wedding, graduation, special occasion, or in memoriam of a loved one. To do so, either donate online or mail your gift to the address above. If you contribute via mail, please include names and addresses of those individuals that are to be notified of your donation.
A bequest in your will is a meaningful legacy you can provide for your family, friends, and favorite charity. Your bequest to the Children for Children Foundation will help to insure that the good work you supported during your lifetime will continue. Although legal consultation is always advisable before you design any type of will provision, you should know that a bequest could be simply stated as follows:
You also may give a specific bequest of property such as real estate, artwork or jewelry.
Your concern and appreciation for Children for Children will extend far beyond your own lifetime. It will be a lasting legacy, enriching the lives of future generations as Children for Children works to engage youngsters to become active, caring, and committed members of their communities.
Life insurance and certificates of deposit are appropriate assets to consider donating to the Children for Children Foundation. You can make a significant contribution to CFC’s future by using resources originally acquired to protect you and your family.
The benefits of retirement plans payable at your death may be subject to both income and estate taxes. If you name the Children for Children Foundation as the beneficiary, the full amount of the benefits passing to CFC at your death will pass free of estate and income taxes. This may make designating CFC to receive retirement benefits the most tax-effective way to make a planned gift.
Whether it's a house, vacation home, office building or plot of land, your property may be a very important gift for you and the Children for Children Foundation.
A real estate gift can provide you with a combination of advantages and tax savings. Some of the benefits of a real estate gift that is accepted by the Children for Children Foundation include:
Because each property and gift plan is unique, any real estate gift will require careful consideration by your legal and tax advisors and by our advisors, as well.
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