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Mail a Donation

Donations can be mailed to the Center at:
50 Riverside Dr.
Utica, NY 13502

Your contributions are always appreciated!

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Charitable Remainder Trusts (and other types of trusts) can be arranged to make provisions to a specific North Utica Senior Citizens Community Center program or to support the agency in areas of greatest need. Trusts offer a current charitable contribution tax deduction, estate tax savings, avoidance of capital gains tax and probate costs, as well as increased income for yourself and your spouse or other named beneficiaries.

Life Insurance and Retirement Plans can allow you to give funds you may no longer need for your family's security. You can give existing policies or assign proceeds to be paid in part or full to charitable beneficiaries. Life insurance is outside of the probate process so there are no lengthy delays in distribution.

Will Bequests are the most common form of deferred gift and can be arranged simply by a codicil. A bequest can be set up as a memorial endowment that will give lasting tribute to the donor, friend, or family member. You can give a specific amount, or all or part of what remains after your loved ones have been provided for. Your loved one will live on for lifetimes to come within the North Utica Senior Citizens Community Center.

Real Estate can be donated to the North Utica Senior Citizens Community Center now while you retain possession for as long as you live. A gift or real estate offers philanthropic and tax advantages, including and immediate tax deduction, estate tax savings, and avoidance of a capital gains tax.

Methods of Financial Giving for the Future of Your Neighborhood

Stocks and other securities transferred to the North Utica Senior Citizens Community Center allow you to make a gift and receive a charitable deduction equal to the full fair market value of the securities.

Payroll deductions are easy for you, offer pre-payroll tax deductions, income tax benefits and ensure regular income to the North Utica Senior Citizens Community Center.

IRAs are taxed by the government up to 55 percent when estates are settled. Beneficiaries then have to pay income tax on what's left.

Corporate matching gifts double your giving power, Many corporations match personal donations with an equal or greater corporate contribution.

Cash contributions are deductible up to 50 percent of adjusted gross income to those who itemize and 10 percent taxable income for corporations.

Personal property related to a charity's objectives provides a deduction for full fair market value up to 30 percent of adjusted gross income.

Consult your financial advisor for more details.