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Gifts of Stocks and Bonds

Donating appreciated securities, including stocks or bonds, is an easy and tax-effective way for you to make a gift to Feed The Children, Inc..

Gift of Stock and Bonds
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Benefits of gifts of stocks and bonds

  • Avoid paying capital gains tax on the sale of appreciated stock
  • Receive a charitable income tax deduction
  • Further our mission today

How to make a gift of stocks and bonds

It's easy to send your gift of stocks or bonds today via electronic transfer. To transfer shares held with your broker directly to the Feed the Children brokerage account, provide your broker/agent with the following information:

Broker: Wells Fargo Advisors
Contact: Greg Hall
Phone: 405-278-2519 or 1-833-971-2344
Account Name: Feed the Children, Inc.
Account Number: 17601092
DTC Number: 0141
EIN Number: 73-6108657

Upon receipt, your gift will be acknowledged for tax purposes. Please include your contact information.

If you hold securities in certificate form, you will need to mail two envelopes separately to complete your gift. In the first envelope, place the unsigned stock certificate(s). In the other envelope, include a signed stock power for each certificate. You may obtain this power from your broker or bank. Please remember to use certified mail. Certificates can be mailed to:

Feed the Children
P.O. Box 36
Oklahoma City, OK 73101-0036

More on gifts of stocks and bonds

There are special rules for valuing a gift of stock. The value of a charitable gift of stock is determined by taking the mean between the high and low stock price on the date of the gift. Mutual fund shares are valued using the closing price for the fund on the date of the gift.

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If you have any questions about gifts of stocks and bonds, please contact us. We would be happy to assist you and answer any questions that you have.

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