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Ways To Give To Dhf

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Powerpoint on ways you can give to The Deafhood Foundation.

Powerpoint on ways you can give to The Deafhood Foundation.

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  • 1. What can we do?
  • 2. Donate!
    • The Deafhood Foundation is an non-profit community foundation with IRS 501(c)3 tax exempt status. Your donations are deductible.
    • Tax identification number is 26-2603125.
  • 3. How to Give
    • Write a check to The Deafhood Foundation
    • Set up automatic monthly deduction via the website via JustGive.org
    • Host a fundraiser
    • Do planned giving
  • 4. Ways to Give You don’t have to use cash to make your gift ...
    • Donate appreciated securities instead. The deduction is the same as for a cash gift, and you pay no capital gains tax on the transfer.
  • 5. Ways to Give Give an asset that may help us more than it's helping you ...
    • such as a life insurance policy whose coverage your family no longer needs, or real estate like a second home or a parcel of undeveloped land, or even a collection of books or artwork that you no longer have room to display.
  • 6.
    • name the Deafhood Foundation as a beneficiary of your will or revocable tru st , or of you r retirement pl an .
    Ways to Give You can make a gift that costs you nothing during your lifetime...
  • 7.
    • you can deed us your home but continue to live there or you can sell us property at a charitable discount .
    Planned Giving You can make the Deafhood Foundation a partner in your giving ...
  • 8. the Deafhood f oundation Donor Gift of Cash – Income Tax Deduction DHF Benefits Immediately How It Works You send a check, wire funds, or contribute online to DHF. We use your donation for the purpose(s) you specify.
  • 9. Benefits
    • Use the simplest asset to make your donation. There are no appraisal or acceptance requirements as with gifts of appreciated property.
    • Deliver a gift that DHF can use immediately.
    • Receive a full charitable deduction, and apply it against a larger percentage of your taxable income than a deduction for a property gift.
  • 10. Donor the Deafhood f oundation Third Party Gift of Personal Property – Income Tax Deduction DHF Keeps Property or Sell After Three Years You transfer a valuable painting, antiques, collectibles, or other personal property to DHF. DHF may hold and display the property or use it in the furtherance of its mission. DHF may sell the property at some point in the future and use the proceeds for its mission.
  • 11. Benefits
    • You receive gift credit and an immediate income tax deduction for the appraised value of your gift and pay no capital gains tax, so long as the gift can be used by DHF to carry out its mission.
    • In certain cases, you can use personal property to fund a life-income gift that provides you with income now and benefits DHF.
    • You have the satisfaction of making a significant gift now to DHF without adversely affecting your cash flow.
  • 12. the Deafhood f oundation Donor Property Gift of Real Estate – Charitable Deduction DHF Uses for its Mission or Sells Real Estate You deed your home, a commercial building, or investment property to DHF. DHF may use the property for its own purpose, or, more likely, will sell it and use the proceeds for DHF’s programs.
  • 13. Benefits
    • You receive an income tax deduction for the fair market value of the real estate, no matter what you originally paid for it.
    • You pay no capital gains tax on the transfer.
    • You can direct the proceeds from your gift to a specific DHF program.
  • 14. Donor the Deafhood f oundation Stock Market Gift of Securities – Income Tax Deduction DHF Sells Securities You transfer securities you have owned for one year or more to DHF. Then, DHF sells your securities and uses the proceeds for its program.
  • 15. Benefits
    • You receive an immediate income-tax deduction for the fair market value of the securities on the date of transfer, no matter what you originally paid for them.
    • You pay no capital gains tax on the securities you donate.
    • You can direct your gift to a specific fund or purpose.
    • You have the satisfaction of making a significant gift now or funding a life-income gift that benefits DHF later.
  • 16. Donor the Deafhood f oundation Retirement Plan Include Us in Bequest or Trust DHF Receives Balance of Plan You name DHF as the beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k), or other qualified plan. The remaining balance in your plan passes to DHF after your death.
  • 17. Benefits
    • Your retirement savings escape both estate and income tax when you direct the balance of your plan to DHF.
    • You can continue to take withdrawals during your lifetime.
    • You can change your beneficiary if your circumstances change.
    • You have the satisfaction of knowing that your hard-earned retirement assets will support DHF when you are gone.
  • 18. Donor the Deafhood f oundation Insurance Policy Name DHF Owner & Beneficiary DHF Receives Death Benefit from Policy You transfer ownership of a paid-up life insurance policy to DHF. After the transfer, DHF elects to cash in the policy now or to keep the policy and receive the death benefit later.
  • 19. Benefits
    • You receive gift credit and an income tax deduction for the lesser of the cash surrender value of the policy or the total of you premium payments.
    • In some cases, you can use the cash value in your policy to fund a life-income gift, such as a deferred gift annuity .
    • You have the satisfaction of making a significant gift now to DHF without adversely affecting your cash flow.
  • 20. the Deafhood f oundation Donor Will or Trust Include Us in Bequest or Trust Gift Made at Death Provide now for a future gift to DHF by including a bequest provision in your will or revocable trust. Your will or trust directs a bequest to DHF for the purpose(s) you specify.
  • 21. Benefits
    • Your assets remain in your control during your lifetime.
    • You can modify your bequest if your circumstances change.
    • You can direct your bequest to a particular purpose (be sure to check with us to make sure your gift can be used as intended).
    • There is no upper limit on the estate tax deductions that can be taken for charitable bequests.
    • You can have the satisfaction now of knowing that your bequest will support DHF in the way you intended when you are gone.
  • 22. the Deafhood f oundation Donor Gift Annuity Gift of Property Income Tax Deduction Fixed Income You transfer cash or securities to DHF. After the transfer, DHF pays you, or up to two annuitants you name, fixed income for life. The principal passes to DHF when the contract ends. Remainder to DHF
  • 23. Benefits
    • You receive an immediate income tax deduction for a portion of your gift.
    • Your annuity payments are guaranteed for life, backed by a reserve and the full assets of DHF
    • Your annuity payments are treated as part ordinary income, part capital gains income (15%), and part tax-free income.
    • You have the satisfaction of making a significant gift that benefits you now and DHF later.

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