Ways to Give
To make a tax-deductible contribution to the Pennsylvania Foundation for Housing to support programs like the PBA Endorsed Trade Program, print the Donation Form to the right and return with a check or money order made payable to:
The Pennsylvania Foundation for Housing
2509 N. Front Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Donate “In Honor of” or “In Memory of” Others
We welcome donations honoring another individual. Please note whether the donation is “In Honor Of” or “In Memory Of” and the name of the person honored on the donation form.
To use another method of payment, please contact us.
Creating a Legacy
A planned gift is a more non-traditional way of giving, which sometimes involves significant tax reductions. There are countless ways to leave your mark on the housing industry, including developing endowments in your name.
Bequests and Estate Planning
Consider including a contribution to the Foundation in your will or living trust.
Retained Life Estate
In a Retained Life Estate, you can transfer your residence to the Foundation via a life estate agreement. You will continue to live in the property for a specified term or for life. At the end of the term, the property then passes to the Foundation. With the donation of this significant asset, you may be eligible for immediate income tax deductions.
This option gives you the opportunity to name the Foundation as a beneficiary on your life insurance policy. Transfer of assets occurs only at the end of the policy and can be changed or restructured at any time prior. This is a great, flexible option for charitable donations.
Charitable Remainder Trust or Charitable Lead Trust
These types of trusts can help you achieve your financial goals, reduce your taxes, and make a powerful contribution to the Foundation. With a Charitable Lead Trust, you can even ensure an inheritance for your children plus a gift to the Foundation.
For more information, please consult with your ﬁnancial
advisor and contact: Dan Durden, (717) 730-4380, or email@example.com
Note: This information does not constitute legal or accounting advice.
THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS!
Among other extraordinary things, your contribution allows us to:
The Pennsylvania Foundation for Housing a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.
EIN number available upon request.