A gift of publicly traded securities can be one of the most advantageous ways of giving. A gift of securities held for over one year, generally generates an income tax deduction at the market value of the securities, and capital gains taxes can be avoided through such a gift.
The simplest way to transfer securities to the CatholicVote Education Fund is through a depository trust company (DTC) transfer. For more information on how to transfer securities or to make a gift of securities, please contact Kara Mone at 312-201-6559 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
IRA Charitable Rollover
If you are 70 ½ or older and have a traditional Individual Retirement Account (IRA), you can use your required minimum distribution to support the CatholicVote Education Fund through an IRA Charitable Rollover gift. For more information on how to rollover your gift to the CatholicVote Education Fund, please contact Kara Mone at 312-201-6559 or email@example.com
A corporate matching gift is an excellent way to increase the impact of your gift. By taking advantage of your employer’s matching gift program, you can arrange for an additional gift that can potentially double or triple the impact of your investment. More information on how to make a matching gift.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for your generous support of CatholicVote.
The simplest and most secure way to make a credit card donation is via our online form.
To make a donation via check, please make it out to: CatholicVote Education Fund and mail it to us at:
CatholicVote Education Fund
Department of Development
Chicago, IL 60690
Please contact Kara Mone at 312-201-6559 or firstname.lastname@example.org for detailed information on how to donate via wire or ACH transfer.
Matching Gift Procedure
Obtain a matching gift form from your HR department.
Complete matching form and send to CatholicVote with your donation.
Your company will send the matching gift after verification.
CatholicVote.org Education Fund Tax ID: 20-2787890.
CatholicVote.org Education Fund is a 501 (c)(3) organization.
Contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.