Donate Stock to Help Kids India

Donate appreciated securities to help alleviate the suffering of underprivileged children, their families and their communities in rural villages in Tamil Nadu, South India.

What are the benefits of donating appreciated stocks?

Donating appreciated stocks that you have held for more than a year may provide benefits for your charity and for you, such as:

  • The qualified charitable organization of your choice can receive the full benefit of the appreciated stock's current market value.
  • You, as the donor, may be able to avoid capital gains taxes on the appreciation.
  • If you itemize deductions on your taxes, you may be able to write off the fair market value of the stock. 
  • The donation may help push you over the itemization threshold.

Note: we do not offer tax advice, and you should seek the advice of a qualified tax professional.

Donating appreciated stocks with the support of Carnegie Investment Counsel is easy.

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How It Works

Carnegie Investment Counsel is a Registered Investment Adviser (RIA) providing fee-only financial services to individuals, families, nonprofits and businesses.

  1. Fill out the form below to start the donation process.
  2. Look for an email or call from Carnegie Investment Counsel, where an experienced financial advisor will walk you through the stock donation process.
  3. Once the organization receives your donation, Carnegie will provide you with your donation receipt. 

*Carnegie Investment Counsel is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. Expect a call from the 216 area code or an email from Carnegie Investment Counsel. 

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