You may make a gift of stock by contacting Monica Lee Copeland, Chief Development Officer via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Planned giving encompasses a variety of philanthropic strategies that help you provide for charity while also advancing your own financial and personal objectives. Planned giving is also synonymous with legacy giving and includes life plans, bequests, charitable trusts, charitable annuities, and estate planning. Our legacy program is called The Society of 1904. Learn more about making a life plan that benefits vulnerable children and families.
Online credit card donations are easy, secure and convenient, and allow us to receive your funds faster. When you give through our safe and secure website, you also save on the cost of postage.
Yes, to the fullest extent of the law. Please check with your own tax advisor.
Anyone who donates a gift online will receive an online confirmation and receipt. Hard-copy receipts can be made available for gifts of $250 and above. We are also happy to provide an annual giving statement totaling all gifts for the year.
Our EIN is 95-1690975.
Please request one from Cindy Evans, Director of Operations and Mass Fundraising, email@example.com.
Your online donation is typically processed within 24 hours of receipt. Processing for physical checks mailed to the office may take one to three days. Other payment methods vary. During holidays, processing may take up to one week.
A matching gift is when an individual gives to a nonprofit organization and their employer donates an equal or greater amount to the same organization. A matching gift is a great way for a donor to increase his or her contribution to the Children’s Bureau.
The Benefits or Human Resources Office of your employer (or your spouse’s employer) will be able to provide necessary information on their Matching Gift Program, and the method that is used to facilitate matching requests. Our Philanthropy Team will credit matching gifts to the same fund as your original gift unless you request otherwise, or when the policies of the company prohibit donations to particular funds (in which case gifts will be credited to our General Fund).
Companies have various methods by which they can submit their matching gift requests to Children’s Bureau, including paper forms, online forms (which you can print from the internet), and phone verification systems.
Yes, you can. Giving an anonymous gift means your donation is kept private from the public, but the Philanthropy Team will have your private information in our database. In the event you want to keep your giving confidential, please send a note to that effect along with your check, or add a note to your online gift.
Yes, you can. If giving online, be sure to check the box that says “This gift is in honor, memory, or support of someone.” If mailing your donation, be sure to add a note with honoree information.
Most likely. Right now, we have several active campaigns. Gifts from institutions, individuals, sponsorships, and special events that occur after July 1 counts in the fiscal year of that particular campaign unless they are specially designated otherwise.
Everyone at Children’s Bureau is here to help. Contact the Philanthropy Team for more information.
The Philanthropy Team keeps a hybrid work schedule operating from the office at Magnolia Place, our homes, and meeting those who invest in the mission in person. Unless there is a holiday, we maintain open office hours on Tuesdays from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. We are also available to meet with you at Magnolia Place on Tuesdays and Wednesdays or at mutually convenient locations and times with an appointment. To schedule an appointment contact our Philanthropy Executive Assistant, Ashley Queen at firstname.lastname@example.org.