Last year alone, the Partnership for Children’s Rights helped more than 1,000 children receive the educational opportunities and social security disability benefits they deserve. We could only make this happen through the support and generosity of people like you.
Please consider making a fully tax-deductible donation – your support will make a huge difference in a child’s life.
Ways to Give
1) Credit Card – Partnership for Children’s Rights accepts credit card donations online:
Please send your check or credit card information (Visa/MasterCard) to:
Partnership for Children’s Rights/Development
271 Madison Avenue – 17th Floor
New York, NY 10016
3) Outright Gifts
When you make an outright gift to Partnership for Children’s Rights, we can put your generous donation to work immediately. Outright gifts include gifts of cash, securities, and real and personal property.
- Gifts of Cash
Gifts of cash offer us immediate financial support and allow a tax deduction to the extent permitted by current tax laws.
- Gifts of Securities
If timed and planned carefully, the transfer of appreciated stocks or bonds is one of the most advantageous ways to give.
- Gifts of Real and Personal Property
Donors can contribute land, buildings, leases, mineral rights, or other property that have substantially increased in value. Gifts of antiques, paintings, jewelry, and other items, including equipment, can also offer significant tax benefits.
4) Planned Giving
A planned gift to the Partnership for Children’s Rights helps to ensure the future success of our services. Planned gifts include gifts of life insurance, gifts through your will, charitable remainder trusts, and charitable lead trusts.
To make a gift of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, or to make a planned gift, please have your attorney or investment advisor contact Linda Gilligan at Charles Diker Associates at (212) 308-5180. Our DTC number is 0443 and our account number is 5ZF001745.
On behalf of the children we serve, we thank you for choosing to make a difference.
Partnership for Children’s Rights is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.