Gifts of Stock
PLEASE READ – IMPORTANT INFORMATION RELATED TO:
Timing of Year-End Giving – For 2013 tax purposes, stock gifts will be accepted if processed and transferred on or before December 31st
Thank you for your interest in donating a gift of stock to Mission to North America. Gifts of stock that have been held for more than one year are frequently the most economical way to give and have many benefits. A gift of appreciated stock generally offers significant tax savings—you can potentially avoid paying capital gains tax on the increase in value of the stock, and you can receive an income tax deduction for the full fair-market value of the stock at the time of the gift.
We strongly advise you to consult with your accountant or tax advisor to determine the income tax effect of your donation.
Transfer Shares Electronically
It is very important to contact us at email@example.com when the transfer has been completed or call us at (678) 825-1253.
We will need to know the number of shares, the name of the security, the purpose of the gift, and your name and address. This important information does not automatically come to us through the DTC wiring system and we want to ensure that your donation is properly acknowledged.
Please instruct your broker to transfer the shares from your account to Mission to North America. The Sample Stock Transfer Instructions will provide some guidance in instructing your broker.
|Brokerage Firm:||Charles Schwab|
|Name on Account:||Mission to North America|
For information on other types of non-cash giving, please click on Non-Cash Gifts or contact the PCA Foundation at 678-825-1040 (Atlanta) or 800-700-3221. You may also contact the Foundation by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To link to their website, please click here www.pcafoundation.com.
All contributions to Mission to North America are income tax deductible and made with the understanding that Mission to North America has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds, to assure their use for the intended exempt purpose.