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Print out the Donation Form below and send it with your gift to:
The HBCU Endowment Fund, Inc.
PO Box 1680
Snellville, GA 30078
Call 1-678-905-8652 during normal business hours (based on upon EST).
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Almost any kind of real estate can make a valuable gift, including a primary residence, vacation home, farm, commercial real estate, or an undeveloped parcel of land. You can even contribute your residence now and still reside in it for life.
As with gifts of appreciated stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and personal property, no capital gains tax is due when appreciated real estate is donated. You are entitled to an income tax deduction in the amount of the appreciated value of the real estate; and estate taxes are avoided on the appreciated asset. Appraisals are the responsibility of the donor.
The HBCUEF will accept real estate that is:
In planning your estate, valuable collections, works of art and other forms of tangible personal property may be subject to estate taxes. By donating such items during your lifetime rather than after death, the taxable estate value is reduced, but your taxable income in the year the gift wish donated is also reduced.
Please contact us if you wish to real estate or personal property.
THE HBCU ENDOWMENT FUND® is an approved 501(c) (3) nonprofit charitable organization. Your donation is tax deductible in the US. You must include your name and email address with your transaction using the above form to receive proof of receipt for your tax records. Gifts of Bitcoin are considered property or Gifts-In-Kind. The HBCU ENDOWMENT FUND will not report a value in fiat of these gifts, as is standard practice for gifts-in-kind. Please consult your tax advisor for information about appropriate record keeping.
For tax deductions, gifts of property valued over $500 require IRS Form 8283, Section A to be filled out and attached to your tax return. Gifts of property valued over $5,000 require IRS Form 8283, Section B to be filled out and attached to your tax return and a qualified appraisal. More information is available at the official website of the IRS. Please consult your tax adviser for information about appropriate record keeping.
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The Internal Revenue Service recognizes the HBCU Endowment Fund, Inc. (HBCUEF) as a 501(c)(3) exempt organization and public charity. Contributions to HBCUEF are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. HBCUEF’s tax identification number is 84-4769135.