Below are some of the most common methods to provide a gift to Spaulding Youth Center. To discuss other ways to give, please contact our development office.
Gifts by Check & Credit Card: Gifts by check or credit card provide flexible support to areas of greatest need, putting your investment to work immediately. Checks should be made payable to Spaulding Youth Center. Credit card donations may be made using MasterCard, Visa or Discover Card by filling out Spaulding Youth Center’s secure online donation form or by calling (603) 286-7500.
Give Online: Your personal information will remain confidential and secure through state-of-the-art online processing.
Gifts of Stock: Appreciated stock or other securities may offer considerable tax benefits, entitling you to an income tax charitable deduction for the fair market value of the securities on the date of your gift. This allows you to give a gift that benefits Spaulding Youth Center, costs you less, and may help you avoid a capital gains liability.
Matching Gifts: You or your spouse/partner’s employer may offer an employee matching gift program supporting your charitable giving and increasing the value of your gift. Please check with your employer and request a matching gift form to include with your gift to Spaulding Youth Center.
Gifts of Goods & Services: We are pleased to accept appropriate non-monetary donations. Please contact the development office in advance to confirm that Spaulding Youth Center is able to accept your donation.
Tribute or Memorial Gifts: You may make an annual gift in memory or in honor of a loved one or to commemorate a special occasion. We will be pleased to send a card notifying the honoree or the family of your tribute gift.
Lifetime Gift Planning: You may include Spaulding Youth Center in your lifetime charitable giving plans through a bequest, a charitable gift annuity, insurance policy, charitable trust, property or real estate, retirement assets, or other planned giving vehicles. Through careful structuring, lifetime gifts can provide a stream of income for life, create greater income than earned from holding onto an asset, or reduce capital gains or estate taxes. Because your charitable giving plans are unique and tax laws change frequently, we ask that you contact us to begin a confidential conversation.