We welcome tax deductible contributions to fund the annual upkeep of the eruv.
Yes, I would like to make my gift today to support the Fairfax eruv!
Please consider making a recurring monthly donation of $18 or $36
to cover the costs of weekly inspections of the eruv. Thank you!
To make a donation by paypal, credit, or debit card, click donate below.
Please consider adding 3% to your donation to cover the credit card and PayPal fees.
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Donate your appreciated stocks in 2022
By donating appreciated stocks, mutual funds or ETF’s, you may be entitled to receive a tax deduction** for the total value of the stock/ETF/mutual fund you donate and avoid the capital gains tax you would pay if selling theses securities. The avoidance of paying a capital gain on the appreciated asset you donate and receiving a tax deduction for the current market value, makes donating appreciated assets an attractive idea.
**You must itemize expenses to receive the tax deduction for the full value of your donation of securities (vs. using the standard deduction).
DTC Number 0075
Fairfax Eruv Committee
Account Number 1358-9098
Or mail the physical certificate to:
7630 Little River Turnpike, Suite 611
Annandale, VA 22003
Attn: Howard Sloan
Please contact our Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are sending stocks. By Federal law, the stocks do not transfer with a name attached. You must notify us in order to ensure we credit the correct donor.
Use your IRA as a Charitable Giving Account
For donors over 70 1/2, you can direct distributions from your IRA to Fairfax Eruv without paying any taxes. If you take a Required Minimum Distribution (RMD), your direct gift will satisfy the IRS regulation that requires withdrawals that could result in income and taxes you might not desire at this time, resulting in increased taxes.
Provide your financial professional the following information for your RMD Charitable Gift:
EIN # is 84-4859859.
Fairfax Eruv Committee Inc.
*You should consult with your financial advisor and/or accountant and not consider the information above as tax or financial advice.