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Your gift, at any amount will support the caregiving programs of Interfaith CarePartners®.
A gift of these amounts support specific services:
If you wish, your gift can honor a friend or loved one’s birthday, an anniversary or other happy family occasion.
We also receive gifts made in memory, keeping a friend or loved one’s giving spirit alive by making a tribute gift in his or her name.
Please contact us for proper acknowledgment of an honorarium or a memorial gift.
All gifts to Interfaith CarePartners are tax deductible. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization under the Internal Revenue Code. Please consult your tax advisor for information on the tax laws that apply to your gift.
Monthly gifts make a significant impact!
Friends of Interfaith CarePartners who give a monthly gift support our caregiving year-round! Your regular giving will ensure that those who depend on our services will receive them without fail.
Join the caring circle of donors that pledge a monthly gift today. Please contact us for more information.
Did you know that many employers offer programs through which they will make contributions to charitable organizations based on the number of volunteer hours their employees contribute? If interested, check to see if your current or former (if retired) employer offers grant opportunities through which your service on a care team can be recognized. Please contact us for more information.
Gifts made through estate planning create exciting opportunities for both donors and Interfaith CarePartners.
By balancing what you wish to accomplish for yourself, your family and your charitable interests with your overall estate and financial plans, you can create a personal and powerful program of planned giving. Please consult your financial advisor when making these decisions. Then contact us so we can help you put your plan into action!
If you have already arranged for a bequest or other planned gift, please notify us so that we may honor your support of Interfaith CarePartners.
Interfaith CarePartners receives gifts of appreciated securities (stocks, bonds, or mutual funds) that allow the donor to reduce or avoid capital gains taxes and receive allowable federal income tax deductions. A stock transfer form is available for this purpose. Contact us for more details.
Thanks to legislation enacted in late 2010, through 2011 Americans age 70.5 or older may make charitable transfers of otherwise taxable distributions from traditional IRAs of up to $100,000 per taxpayer, per tax year. Rather than adding required distributions to their taxable income, qualified taxpayers can choose instead to donate those distributions to charity. Interfaith CarePartners strongly encourages donors to consult with your professional financial advisors before making such a gift.
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