There are many ways you can support EHD's mission of improving public health around the world.
Cash Gifts: Cash gifts are fully deductible up to 50% of your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI). Should your total gifts to all charities in any tax year exceed 50% of your AGI, you may carry your gift amount forward for up to 5 years.
Please make checks payable to:
Automatic monthly withdrawals from your personal or business account (checking or savings) make it convenient for you to support us regularly. Please print, complete, and mail this enrollment PDF form to us. We will continue to receive your monthly donation until you notify us in writing otherwise.
Employer Matching Gifts Program: Many employers provide funds to match the charitable donations of their employees. To maximize the impact of your donation to EHD, please see if your employer has or is willing to start a matching gifts program. If such a program exists, we encourage you to apply.
Gifts of Securities: Gifts of appreciated securities (instead of a sale of the securities and then a gift of the proceeds) allow you to avoid capital gains tax. You may give securities to EHD in two ways: by Electronic Transfer or by physically mailing the securities to EHD. We strongly recommend that you use Electronic Transfer. To donate stock or mutual funds to EHD, please contact us for the name of our broker, our DTC number, account number, and Electronic Transfer instructions. Should you desire to mail your securities, please call for mailing instructions.
Gifts of Your Home: The gift of your home to EHD may be accomplished in four unique methods that may provide you with many distinct gift advantages in addition to your charitable deduction:
Gifts of Life Insurance: You may name EHD as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy.
Bequests: Through your will you can make a way for a significant gift to EHD by naming EHD as a beneficiary.
This information does not constitute legal or investment advice.
The Endowment for Human Development has been designated by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.