You can make a gift to help those in the Valley who are struggling to overcome poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, and behavioral health challenges on their journey to lifelong independence. What’s more, you can also enjoy tax benefits on your gift now, or you can establish a future gift that will pass tax benefits along to your loved ones.
Gift of Cash
Cash is the simplest asset to donate and the quickest way to make an immediate impact for A New Leaf. If you want to further our work today and claim the entire amount of your gift as a charitable income tax deduction, consider a gift of cash. Make your gift online, via a check or money order, or with a wire transfer.
Stocks & Securities
When you give stock or securities (stock, bonds, mutual funds), you may be eligible for a double tax benefit: 1) You receive an income tax deduction for the full, present, fair market value of the assets, and 2) you may completely avoid capital gains tax on the appreciation of the assets. This is one of the easiest gifts to give and one of the most useful in accomplishing your philanthropic goals.
When you redeem savings bonds, you will owe income tax on the appreciation. So will the person who inherits them. You can eliminate the income tax on bonds you plan to redeem by donating them to A New Leaf. Because A New Leaf is tax-exempt, 100 percent of your gift of savings bonds will go towards supporting our shared mission.
- Reduce your income tax with a current gift.
- Reduce income tax and possibly estate taxes for your loved ones, while creating your lasting legacy with A New Leaf.
A gift of your retirement assets, such as an employee retirement plan, IRA, or tax-sheltered annuity, is an excellent way to make a gift. A gift of these assets can shield you or your heirs from taxes while funding A New Leaf.
Transfer ownership now:
To make an impact on our mission today, irrevocably designate A New Leaf as owner and beneficiary of an existing life insurance policy. If your policy is paid up, you will receive an immediate income tax deduction based on the policy value.
If your policy is not yet paid up, you will make contributions of cash to A New Leaf to cover future premium payments. For any continuing premium payments you make, you will receive a charitable deduction in the year of the payment.
Name us as a beneficiary:
You can name A New Leaf as a beneficiary of all or a portion of your life insurance policy. With this gift arrangement, A New Leaf will receive the proceeds of your policy when you pass away. This may reduce your estate taxes and you can change your beneficiary at any time.
This gift is easy to arrange — simply request a beneficiary designation form from your plan administrator.
A gift of artwork, coins, antiques, or other personal property can be an excellent way to support A New Leaf. The tax benefits of the gift depend on whether A New Leaf can use the property in a way that is related to its mission. Contact us to learn more about this type of gift — we would be happy to help you find the option that best fits your philanthropic goals.