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Gifts of Stock Donations

Donations of stock can be a benefit to you as well as to The Salvation Army. An outright gift of long-term securities (owned more than one year) to The Salvation Army is free of capital gains tax, no matter how much their value may have risen. Therefore, it is better to donate appreciated long-term stock outright than to sell it yourself and then donate the money to charity, in which case you would be responsible for the capital gains tax. A gift of stock also allows you to remove the appreciated asset from your taxable estate.

When you make a gift of long-term appreciated stock, you can deduct the full fair market value of the gift from your taxable income when itemizing deductions in the year you make the gift as long as it does not exceed 30 percent of your adjusted gross income. In addition, you may "carryover" and deduct any remaining amount during the next five years, as long as it does not exceed 30 percent of your adjusted gross income in the year of deduction.

You can take pleasure in knowing that your generous gift provides immediate support for the programs and work of The Salvation Army.

 

Outright by Cash

Checks and money orders can be made payable to "The Salvation Army".

The Salvation Army, Shreveport
Attn: LaKesha Mosley                                                                                           200 East Stoner Avenue
Shreveport, LA 71101

318-424-3200

Please note the program and city you would like to designate your funds to on the memo line of your check.

Please do not mail cash.

All undesignated donations will go into the general operating fund.

 


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