Outright Gift or Bargain Sale

Turn Your Treasures Into a Charitable Legacy

Your treasures like valuable antiques, stamp and coin collections, works of art, cars, boats and other personal property can make suitable charitable gifts today or after your lifetime. The financial benefits of the gift depend on whether a Providence foundation can use the property in a way that is related to our mission.

Related use property—e.g., a piece of artwork donated to an art museum—is deductible at the full fair market value. Any other property is deemed nonrelated use property and the deduction would be limited to the lesser of fair market value or your tax basis in the property.

If the federal income tax charitable deduction claimed for a gift of tangible personal property exceeds $5,000, you must obtain an appraisal from a qualified appraiser and submit a special IRS form with the tax return on which the deduction is claimed.

Ways to Use Property as a Donation

An outright gift. This allows you to benefit our work today and receive a federal income tax charitable deduction if you itemize.

A gift in your will or living trust. You can leave a legacy at a Providence foundation by donating property to Providence through your will or living trust.

A bargain sale. You can sell us your property for less than the fair market value of the item. For example, if you sell us an antique for $30,000 that is worth $50,000, you will receive a federal income tax charitable deduction of $20,000 plus the payment from Providence of $30,000.

A memorial or tribute gift. If you have a friend or family member whose life has been touched by Providence, consider making a gift in their name.

An endowed gift. Create an endowment or contribute to one that is already established to ensure that your support of Providence will last forever.

A charitable gift annuity. You can sometimes use non-income producing property such as valuable stamp and coin collections or works of art in exchange for life payments and a federal income tax charitable deduction. The amount of the charitable deduction depends, in part, on whether the donated items are retained by the charity and used for its tax-exempt purpose.

A charitable remainder trust. You may be able to contribute tangible personal property to a charitable remainder trust. If you or a family member is an income beneficiary, you will receive a federal income tax charitable deduction when the property is sold. An additional contribution of cash or appreciated securities is recommended to cover expenses until the tangible personal property is sold.

A donor advised fund. Gifts to donor advised funds are not limited to cash and securities. Tangible personal property such as valuable antiques, stamp and coin collections, art, cars and boats may be able to be gifted and sold to benefit your fund.

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Next Steps

  1. Contact Laurie Kelley Mary Whitney Brett Beck Tina Gilson Mark Johnson Molly Swain Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane Lon Dufek & Megan Crane at 971-678-3369 or laurie.kelley@providence.org mary.whitney@providence.org brett.beck@providence.org plannedgiving@providence.org mark.johnson4@providence.org molly.swain@providence.org gary.crum@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org Lon.Dufek@providence.org for additional information on giving a gift of personal property.
  2. Seek the advice of your financial or legal advisor.
  3. If you include Providence in your plans, please use our legal name and federal tax ID.

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
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

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