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Make a difference today and save on taxes. It is possible when you support a Providence foundation through your IRA.
You can give any amount (up to a maximum of $100,000) per year from your IRA directly to a qualified charity such as a Providence foundation without having to pay income taxes on the money. Gifts of any value $100,000 or less are eligible for this benefit and you can feel good knowing that you are making a difference at Providence. This popular gift option is commonly called the IRA charitable rollover, but you may also see it referred to as a qualified charitable distribution, or QCD for short.
No. The legislation requires you to reach age 70½ by the date you make the gift.
Yes. Direct gifts to a qualified charity can be made only from an IRA. Under certain circumstances, however, you may be able to roll assets from a pension, profit sharing, thrift savings plan (TSP), 401(k) or 403(b) plan into an IRA and then make the transfer from the IRA directly to a Providence foundation. To determine if a rollover to an IRA is available for your plan, speak with your plan administrator.
Yes, absolutely. Beginning in the year you turn 72, you can use your gift to satisfy all or part of your RMD.
No. You can give any amount under this provision, as long as it is no more than $100,000 per year. If your IRA is valued at more than $100,000, you can transfer a portion of it to fund a charitable gift.
We must receive your gift by Dec. 31 for your donation to qualify this year. If you have check-writing features on your IRA, please be aware that your check must clear your account by Dec. 31 to count toward your required minimum distribution for the calendar year.
No. Under the law, you can give a maximum of $100,000 per year. For example, you can give each organization $50,000 this year or any other combination that totals $100,000 or less. Any amount of more than $100,000 in one year must be reported as taxable income.
If you have a spouse (as defined by the IRS) who is 70½ or older, they can also give any amount up to $100,000 from their IRA.
Unfortunately, the law does not permit using a qualified charitable distribution to establish a charitable gift annuity or a charitable remainder trust. However, you can designate some or all of your retirement plan assets to fund a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust after your lifetime. A charitable trust or gift annuity provides lifetime income to your family or other loved ones. When the gift arrangement ends, the balance will support Providence.
By making a gift this year of any amount up to $100,000 from your IRA, you can see your philanthropic dollars at work. You are jump-starting the legacy you would like to leave and giving yourself the joy of watching your philanthropy take shape. Moreover, you can fulfill any outstanding pledge you may have made by transferring that amount from your IRA as long as it is $100,000 or less for the year.
If you are at least 59½ years old, you can take a distribution and then make a gift from your IRA without penalty. If you itemize your deductions, you can take a charitable deduction for the amount of your gift.
No matter your age, you can designate a Providence foundation as the beneficiary of all or a percentage of your IRA and it will pass to us tax-free after your lifetime. It’s simple, just requiring that you contact your IRA administrator for a change-of-beneficiary form or download a form from your provider’s website.
Tip: It is critical to let us know of your gift because many popular retirement plan administrators assume no obligation to notify a charity of your designation. The administrator also will not monitor whether your gift designations are followed. We would love to talk to you about your intentions to ensure that they are followed. We would also like to thank you for your generosity.
Legal name: Providence National FoundationProvidence Marianwood FoundationProvidence TrinityCare Hospice FoundationProvidence General FoundationProvidence Hospice and Home Care Foundation of Snohomish CountyProvidence Mount St. Vincent FoundationProvidence Hospice of Seattle FoundationProvidence Children's Health FoundationProvidence Benedictine Nursing Center FoundationProvidence Community Health Foundation - Southern OregonProvidence Hood River Memorial Hospital FoundationProvidence Milwaukie FoundationProvidence Newberg Health FoundationProvidence Portland Medical FoundationProvidence St. Vincent Medical FoundationProvidence Seaside Hospital FoundationProvidence Willamette Falls Medical FoundationProvidence Foundations of Oregon
Legal address: 4400 NE Halsey Street, Suite 599, Portland, OR 972133725 Providence Point Dr. SE, Issaquah, WA 980295315 Torrance Blvd. #B1, Torrance, CA 90503916 Pacific Avenue, Everett, WA 982011615 75th St. SW, Suite 210, Everett, WA 982034831 35th Ave. SW, Seattle, WA 981262811 S. 102nd Street, Suite 220, Tukwila, WA 98168830 NE 47th Ave., Portland, OR 97213540 Main St., Mt. Angel, OR 97362940 Royal Ave., Suite 410, Medford, OR 97504810 12th St., Hood River, OR 9703110150 SE 32nd Ave., Milwaukie, OR 972221001 Providence Dr., Newberg, OR 971324805 NE Glisan St., Portland, OR 972139205 SW Barnes Rd., Portland OR 97225725 S. Wahanna Road, Seaside, OR 971381500 Division Street, Oregon City, OR 97045P.O. Box 3375, Portland, OR 97208
Federal tax ID number: 94-307854391-755428833-026101691-104161727-255274991-118811991-207727893-080014091-194028693-069290793-092199094-307951593-088914493-123149493-057598293-092732093-1003750Select your foundation to view