There are many ways you can give to St. Paul’s to make a positive difference in the lives of our residents. The way you give can also benefit your own financial and tax situation. To find out what giving option is right for you, please talk to your financial planner.
You can also learn more about the giving opportunities available by contacting Dawn Hartman, Director of Planned & Major Giving at 724-589-4611 or Teresa Findley, Director of Annual Giving at 724-588-7610 ext. 1237.
The simplest way to give is an outright gift by cash, check or credit card.
If it’s in your heart to give to St. Paul’s on a regular basis or you’d like to spread out a large donation over time, you can set up a recurring gift via credit card. Your regular support will be sent to St. Paul's automatically. Once you set it up, you don't have to think about it again. If needed, you can change it at any time.
|If I Give:||$10/month||$15/month||$20/month||$25/month||$30/month|
|My Annual Gift will be:||$120||$180||$240||$300||$360|
Check the box "Show my support by making this a recurring donation." Choose how much and how often.
If you prefer, the Charitable Giving Office can set up your recurring gift for you. Simply call Dawn Hartman at 724-589-4611.
Celebrating a birthday or other special occasion and don't want/need gifts from your family and friends? Encourage them instead to donate to St. Paul's by setting up your own personal Facebook fundraiser. You'll be celebrating your special day by making a difference for a resident at St. Paul's! Learn how.
Are you a frequent Amazon shopper? AmazonSmile, which is Amazon's foundation, will donate a portion of the proceeds from what you purchase to a nonprofit like St. Paul’s. Learn more.
Give on the go by using your mobile device to text-to-donate. Simply text the word SPGIVE to 44-321. Follow the simple steps to complete your gift.
Gifts of stock or appreciated securities can be transferred to St. Paul’s. There can be several benefits to you for doing this, including an immediate charitable deduction and avoidance of capital gains tax. Learn more.
You could potentially double your donation if your employer offers a matching gifts program. Many large employers, such as Verizon, General Electric, Home Depot, Starbucks and Google, will match charitable gifts made by their employees. Some companies will even match your volunteer hours with a cash grant for your favorite charity. Check with your HR department to find out if this option is available for you.
St. Paul's welcomes charitable gifts from donor advised funds. A donor advised fund can be established through a community foundation like the Community Foundation of Western PA or Eastern OH, commercial companies like Fidelity Charitable or Schwab Charitable, or other non-profit organizations.
You will receive an immediate income tax deduction for gifts to your donor advised fund, and avoid capital gains tax if funded with appreciated securities.
At the age of 70 1/2, you can begin to make qualified charitable distributions from your IRA. This is a way to make a charitable gift directly from your IRA to St. Paul's without having to pay income tax for the withdrawal of the funds. You can make gifts up to $100,000 annually.
If you are 72 or older, you have to withdraw a required minimum distribution from your IRA each year. If you don't need the funds for personal use or don't want it to raise your taxable income, you could choose to gift your RMD to St. Paul's instead. More info.
Also known as a legacy gift, a planned gift is a charitable donation that you set up as part of your estate plan, which will benefit St. Paul's after your lifetime. This type of gift enables you to create a meaningful legacy that will continue to make a difference, supporting a mission that was important to you in your life. To find out more about planned giving, click here or contact Director of Planned & Major Giving Dawn Hartman at 724-589-4611.