WAYS TO SUPPORT
There are plenty of ways you can support Children’s Cancer Research Fund – browse the options below to see which might work best for you.
GIFT IN YOUR WILL OR LIVING TRUST
With the flexibility to leave either a specific amount or a percentage of your estate, you can ensure cancer researchers have the resources they need far into the future.
TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY
Make an outright gift and receive a federal income tax deduction or donate property to CCRF through your will or living trust.
OUTRIGHT GIFT OF CASH
Making a cash gift by check, credit card or money order today enables us to meet the most urgent research needs and allows you to see your generosity in action.
Designate CCRF as a beneficiary to receive a percentage of your estate after your lifetime using an IRA or retirement plan, life insurance policy or commercial annuities.
OUTRIGHT GIFT OF APPRECIATED SECURITIES
Donating securities to CCRF allows you to receive the same income tax savings that you would if you wrote us a check while also eliminating capital gains taxes on the transfer.
To give stock shares to Children’s Cancer Research Fund, inform your broker of the following: He/she should transfer the stocks to RBC Wealth Management DTC #0235, account #30186329, and contact Joleen Price (RBC Wealth Management) at 952-476-3558.
MAKE A GIFT TAX-FREE WITH AN IRA
If you are 70 ½ or older you can give up to $100,000 through your IRA directly to a charity without having to pay income tax on that money. Because CCRF is tax-exempt, every cent of your gift will help further our cause.
Not sure where to start? We’d love to get to know you and learn what matters most to you.
We are a small team with more than 20 years of experience who values our donors.
Whether you’re just starting this conversation or you already have a plan in place, we would love to hear your story, discuss your wishes with your legacy and ensure your personal goals are being met.
If you’re interested in leaving a legacy gift that will impact the lives of children for decades to come, please contact Kenna or fill out the form below
Director of Development and Donor Relations