Outright gifts. Outright gifts to CNEWA preferably are not restricted; however donors may restrict their gifts temporarily or permanently for a particular purpose.
- Cash donations.
- Marketable securities. Gifts of marketable securities are easy to transfer and value and provide certain tax advantages to the donor: an immediate charitable deduction for the full fair-marker value of the gifts and avoidance of capital gains tax.
- Mutual fund shares. Since gifts using mutual fund shares often require an additional step or two, CNEWA should be contacted prior to the gift being made.
- Real estate. Real estate may also be used for gifts to CNEWA. However, because of the legal liabilities involved in the transfer of property, CNEWA should be contacted prior to the gift being made.
- Personal property. Personal property, such as art or antiques, may also be used for gifts to CNEWA to be used for its tax-exempt function. The donor receives a charitable deduction based on the full fair-market value of the gift.
- Closely held securities. Gifts of closely held securities offer an alternative form of philanthropy with somewhat different tax implications.
CNEWA’s Office of Development is available to assist you with any additional information you may need.
Please contact Mr. Robert Pape, Major Gifts Officer, at (800) 442-6392 ext. 107 or email@example.com.