Many employers have a policy that they will match your charitable donation, thereby doubling or tripling your giving to Court Watch. Check with your Human Resources Office to see if your employer offers this benefit.
Donate from your IRA
Retirees ages 70 1/2 or older who directly transfer their IRA withdrawals of up to $100,000 to Court Watch will not owe income tax on the distribution. Consider donating all or part of your IRA distribution to Court Watch. IRA Custodian Letter Sample.
Donate Stock, Mutual Funds, or Bonds
A gift of securities such as stocks, mutual funds, and bonds, is a wonderful way to help the people we serve. Donating your securities to Court Watch is a wise investment in our community.
Make a Planned Gift
Many people make a profound and lasting difference in the lives of others by including Court Watch in their estate plans. These gifts are a lasting legacy of your commitment to helping others and they often provide substantial tax advantages. Consult your attorney or financial adviser to make a planned gift that best addresses your financial and philanthropic goals.