Gifts of appreciated stock typically allow you to avoid capital gains tax and claim a charitable tax deduction. The gift value will be the average of the stock's high and low prices on the day in which it is credited to The Carter Center account.
Many employers will match charitable contributions made by their employees. When you make a gift online, our donation form will allow you to check if your company has a matching gift policy. You can also go to our matching gift lookup page.
If matching is available, simply pick up a form from your human resources or matching gift department, enter the Carter Center's EIN/Tax ID 58-1454716, and then mail the form with your gift or gift receipt to:
The Carter Center
Attn: Office of Development
One Copenhill Avenue
453 Freedom Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30307
For more information, please contact Natalia Barreto at 1-800-550-3560 ext. 191 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Carter Center is an approved charitable organization of the Combined Federal Campaign. State and federal government employees who wish to contribute to The Carter Center through the Combined Federal Campaign may use our CFC number: 10688.
For more information, please contact Natalia Barreto at 1-800-550-3560 ext. 191 or email@example.com.
The Carter Center accepts gifts of real estate and other property on a case-by-case basis, with board approval required for gifts of real estate. For more information, please contact Maurita Dilworth at 1-800-550-3560 ext. 131 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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