We welcome corporate gifts and any member of our board will be happy to discuss the best fit for your company, corporation, or business.
Tax-Free Distributions from IRAs for Charitable Purposes — Beginning in 2006, a taxpayer who has attained the age of 70-1/2 may withdraw from either a traditional or Roth IRA and exclude up to $100,000 per year for a qualified charitable distribution. (Such amounts will not be taken into account in determining the taxpayer’s charitable income tax deduction for the year.) Note that this provision only applies to IRAs but not other qualified plans. A qualified charitable contribution can be made only for two year period after 12/31/05 through 1/1/08 and must be directly made to the charity. The account holder must have attained the age of 70-1/2.
Gifts of highly appreciated assets, such as securities or real estate, offer special advantages since the portion of the fair market value that represents an increase in value is generally not subject to capital gains tax.
Should the donation be made in memory or honor of an individual, a card from the Foundation is sent to the family of the deceased or the individual being honored to acknowledge the gift.
If you would like more information or to speak with a representative from RSF please use our contact form. Thank you.
Fundraisers and Events
We organize events and ceremonies throughout the year. Take a look at some upcoming events.