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A simple, flexible and more efficient alternative to creating a private foundation. You contribute as often as you like, recommend grants and receive the maximum tax deductions allowed. Our professional and knowledgeable team handles the administrative duties. Minimum gift amount: $25,000.
A popular and simple way to give that provides an immediate tax deduction.
Name Central Florida Foundation as owner and beneficiary of your policy or retain ownership and name us as primary or contingent beneficiary.
If held for more than a year, real estate usually provides the same tax benefits as gifts of securities.
We accept both closely held and publicly traded stock. Give appreciated stock or mutual fund shares that you have held for more than one year and avoid capital gains taxes and earn a charitable tax deduction based on the market value. To learn more click here.
Your heirs may realize substantial tax savings if you name a charitable fund as beneficiary of your retirement plan. Name charities to benefit from your fund or name heirs as advisors.
Establish a charitable fund through your will or other giving vehicle because it’s simple, minimizes estate taxes and can be advised by your heirs. Click here for sample language.