There are many ways that friends of The Philadelphia Protestant Home choose to make a gift. Careful planning ensures that your objectives are met. The information below provides an overview of some of the most common ways to make a gift.
- Cash or check – The most common way to make a gift is by giving cash or writing a check. This type of gift provides immediate flexibility for PPh and generates a charitable income tax deduction for the donor in the year of the gift. Please make checks payable to “The Philadelphia Protestant Home.”
- Stocks or Bonds – If you have owned securites for more than one year and the fair market value has increased since you purchased them, you can avoid capital gains tax and receive a charitable tax deduction equal to the fair market value.
- Real Estate – A gift of real estate that has been held for more than one year also has the advantage of providing you with a charitable deduction based on the current fair market value, as well as bypassing capital gains tax on the appreciation.
Allocating your Gift
Where Most Needed (Unrestricted)
These gifts will help with enhancing programs and services to promote the overall quality of life for residents, our ability to innovate, maintain excellence and facilitate change is a growing expense that depends largely on your generous support. Contributing to PPh will make a very real difference for those who call PPh their home or hope to do so in the future.
Benevolent Care Fund
Here at The Philadelphia Protestant Home our cause, or effort to make improvements to ease suffering by contributing to something larger than ourselves, is the Benevolent Care Fund. This is a special fund for our residents who have exhausted their own financial resources. We want those residents to remain here at PPh, and be well-provided for, and our benevolent care fund makes that a possibility.
Please Note: All gifts made to The Philadelphia Protestant Home are tax deductible as allowed by law. The information below is provided for educational purposes only. Personal advisors should be consulted in the planning process.
For more information, call our Fund Development Office at 215-697-8568 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org