How Stock Donations Can Skyrocket Nonprofit Fundraising

Plus, Six Ideas to Attract Stock Donations


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Looking to increase donations?

Would you be ready if a large donor came your way with appreciated stock to donate? Not taking advantage of this unique giving option means donors may lose out on tax rewards while you may receive smaller donations.

In this guide, we explain the benefits of stock donations and how to prepare for these types of gifts. Plus, we give you six tips to attract more stock donations to your nonprofit.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • Basics about capital gains taxes
  • An understanding of the many ways donors benefit from donating appreciated stock 
  • How to prepare to receive stock donations 
  • Six ways to attract more stock donations and ideally, skyrocket your impact

Don’t Miss Out on Stock Donations

Your donors want to help. Many may not realize that they have an easy way to give right at hand. We help you understand the benefits to donors so you can share them easily. For example, donors can:

  • Avoid capital gains taxes.
  • Write off the fair market value of the appreciated stock.
  • Possibly be pushed over the itemization threshold.
  • Make a greater impact.

Six Ideas To Attract Stock Donations


Six Ideas to Attract Stock Donations

Our financial advisors for nonprofits share tips for leveraging stock donations from boosting donor confidence to having a clear process to sharing this great option far and wide.

This guide includes hands-on tips that any nonprofit can employ today to help skyrocket donations.

Skyrocket Your Fundraising
With Appreciated Stock Donations


Is your nonprofit ready to accept donations of appreciated stock? Are you leveraging this option to the fullest? In this guide, we explain the benefits of stock donations and six tips to greatly increase your fundraising! Don’t miss out.

At Carnegie Investment Counsel, we can help you craft your investment policy statement as part of our overall services. Contact us today!

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