There are many ways you can support the philanthropic work of the Saint Peter Claver Foundation. With more than 20,000 active Clavers, your gift, no matter the size, will make a huge collective impact on the success of our programs. Your participation is as important as the amount you give. Make your gift now.
Contact the Office of Stewardship and Development at the Saint Peter Claver Foundation to designate a gift through your estate. Wills, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, and life insurance policies offer the opportunity for leaving a lasting legacy. You can accomplish a range of financial and charitable goals with planned gifts.
Bequests by will - Many donors choose to leave their charitable assets upon their deaths. After assuring that their loved ones have been cared for, donors can bequeath gifts in their will.
Charitable trust - We can help you provide for your family and charity by setting up a charitable trust.
Beneficiary designation - For qualified retirement plans and life insurance policies, you can designated the Foundation as the beneficiary.
Charitable gift annuity - Giving through a charitable gift annuity allows you to arrange a generous gift to the community, while providing lifetime income for you or another beneficiary.
If you are considering Saint Peter Claver Foundation as a beneficiary in your will, the full legal name of the beneficiary is:
Saint Peter Claver Foundation, Inc.
Mailing Address: 1825 Orleans Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116
501(c)(3) organization, classified as a public charity, exempt from federal income tax.
Louisiana non-profit corporation
Please contact your legal and or/financial advisor for more information or the Saint Peter Claver Foundation to learn about great giving strategies, and to begin your personalized giving plan.
Endowments provide permanent support for the Foundation and their impact cannot be overstated. These gifts keep on giving as the principal is invested - never spent - and each year a distribution, like dividents on a mutual fund account, is made to your chosen program or area. Investment earnings above the dividend rate help the endowment value grow over time, to keep pace with inflation and maintain your endowment's spending power.
There are many endowment opportunities and funding levels available. Choosing what your endowed gift will support is simply a matter of selecting a program that matches your interests. Your legacy can take any form and make a big difference.
Current Endowment Levels
Platinum - $250,000
Diamond - $100,000
Gold - $50,000
Silver - $25,000
Bronze - $10,000
To establish an endowment in the Saint Peter Claver Foundation or for more information, please call (504) 251-1354 or email email@example.com.
Many organizations having matching gift or volunteer incentive programs for their employees. For instance, the volunteer incentive program at Verizon recognizes employees' contributions of time and talent to nonprofit organzations. Employees are eligible to apply for a grant on behalf of the qualified organization where they volunteered 50 hours or more during the year.
We enourage you to check with your employer today to see if your contributions to the Saint Peter Claver Foundation are eligible for a matching gift or if there is a volunteer incentive program.
GIFTS OF STOCK - IRS tax regulations allow you to donate stocks and mutual funds to the Claver Foundation. Your stock broker can assist you in making a gift of stock via direct transfer to the Claver Foundation. Giving a gift of publicaly traded stock that has increased in value and that you have owned for more than one year may provide greater tax benefits than giving cash.
GIFTS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY - If you are interested in donating your personal property to the Saint Peter Claver Foundation, please use this page as a guide for your donation.
Gifts of personal property to the Saint Peter Claver Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) organization, are fully tax deductible in the year they are given. To determine the amount of the deduction, you must determine the "Fair Market Value" (FMV) of the donated items. Often, this is different than the original price paid for the items due to fluctuating markets. For more information on how to determine the FMV of personal property, please see the IRS Guide on Determining the Value of Donated Property.
Gifts of tangible personal property are subject to various legal regulations. For more information about our acceptance policy and how to make an in-kind gift, please contact Grant Jones, Executive Director at (504) 821-4225 or at firstname.lastname@example.org .
God has blessed each of us with talents to make a unique contribution to His Church and His kingdom. Each of us has the privilege of getting involved and participating, rather than sit on the sidelines. Consider serving the Claver Foundation, in our local community or nationally.