More Ways to Give
Every donation helps us sustain and expand our work to deliver lifesaving health care to those who need it most. You’re just a click away from making a profound difference in someone’s life.
Make a gift of publicly-traded securities to Partners In Health and save income tax and capital gains tax, too.
A gift of publicly-traded securities could be right for you if:
You own publicly-traded securities that you bought at least one year ago.
Some of these securities have increased in value since you bought them.
Some of these securities may provide you with little or no income.
You would like to make a gift to Partners In Health.
How it works: The two most common ways to give publicly-traded securities are to make an outright gift of your securities or to make a gift of your securities and receive payments for life.
If you have any questions regarding wire transfers, please feel free to contact Evelyn Pacheco at email@example.com or 857-880-5711.
A gift of cryptocurrency, the tradable digital asset or digital form of money, can be an excellent way to advance the mission of Partners In Health. The I.R.S. treats bitcoin and other virtual currencies as property rather than a currency, meaning that they are taxed in a manner similar to stocks or real property and subject to capital gains taxes if held as a capital asset in the donor’s hands. Partners In Health has partnered with Crypto for Charity by FreeWill to ensure a simple and effective solution for securely and instantly transferring crypto donations to support our lifesaving health care around the world.
A gift of virtual currency may be right for you if:
- You own virtual currency that you bought at least one year ago.
- The virtual currency has grown significantly in value since you bought them.
- You want to save income taxes or capital gains taxes.
- You would like to make a gift to Partners In Health.
Using the RoundUp App, you can automatically donate change from your credit or debit card purchases to Partners In Health. Once you create an account, you do not need to use the app while making a purchase–just swipe your card as usual. You can cap your maximum monthly donation if desired. Use your change to change the world!
Making a legacy gift to Partners In Health is an easy way to ensure your support endures long into the future.
A legacy gift typically refers to a gift that requires estate and/or financial planning. You can update your estate or financial plans to include us as a beneficiary of your will, trust, retirement plan, or life insurance plan, among other options that can be tailored to fit your needs.
A charitable gift annuity provides fixed payments for life in exchange for a gift of cash or securities to Partners In Health. Generate a sample illustration/calculation and learn more.
A matching gift from your employer may double or even triple your impact. Contact your company’s Human Resources office to see if your employer matches contributions to PIH. For more information, or to submit a form, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partners In Health Tax ID #: 04-3567502
Partners In Health acts as a fiscal agent for the following organizations: RESIST TB and ZL Paris/Lavi Nouvo. If you have made a donation to one of these organizations via credit card or direct debit, your credit card report will read Partners In Health. All donations are transferred to these groups accordingly.
Partners In Health prefers to procure supplies, equipment, and medications in the countries where we work whenever possible. We believe it is important to strengthen local public supply chains and stimulate the local economy. When what we need isn’t available locally, we make bulk or specialty purchases from international vendors, allowing us to standardize supplies and ensure that our staff have products that are appropriate in the local context. Click here for more information.
Partners In Health welcomes your used vehicle donation via our partner, CARS. Please visit https://www.careasy.org/nonprofit/Partners-in-Health to get started. Vehicle donations are eligible to be claimed as a deduction for federal income tax purposes.