Housing and Economic Rights Advocates (HERA) joins our philanthropic community in celebrating the passage of permanent IRA charitable rollover provisions! The passage of PATH Act reinstates and makes permanent IRA charitable donations in 2015 and into the future.
We are incredibly grateful Congress passed this legislation to benefit donors and all charitable organizations!
Are you interested in making a charitable gift from your IRA this year or in the future? Keep reading for more information. Please consider supporting HERA with your gift. Your generosity makes all the difference in our efforts to help all Californians build a safe financial future for themselves and their families.
Individuals who are 701/2 years or older.
Your gift must come directly to us from your IRA either Roth or traditional.
Any amount up to $100,000 per year. This amount will count toward your required minimum distribution; however, it will not be treated as taxable income to you.
Contact your IRA provider or use your IRA checkbook to make your gift. Please make sure to notify us to ensure accurate processing, as some IRA providers do not send your name or other critical information. Click here for a letter of authorization to fill out and send to your IRA provider.
Of course! Simply make a note on your IRA check or contact us. You can designate your contribution to help women, or seniors, veterans or service members, direct services to individuals, policy work, or you can direct your work to help us serve people in particular cities or counties. Or you may want us to acknowledge your gift in honor of a particular person, which we can do on our website. You may have additional ideas. Just let us know or call and discuss it.
If you are interested in making a gift to HERA, gifts may be sent to:
Housing and Economic Rights Advocates (HERA)
P.O. Box 29435
Oakland, CA 94604-0091
For further information, please contact:
Maeve Elise Brown
Phone: (510) 271-8443, Ext. 307
HERA's Tax ID number is 20-2573758
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