Ways to Give

 

Your act of GENEROSITY, our LONGEVITY

Grow a Better Tomorrow for All Children

Children are locally grown. The environment surrounding our community’s children is critical to their successful development. Thus, we work together to cultivate connections and conditions that help every child thrive.

You can make a difference in providing fertile ground for families to thrive. By donating to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, you provide families with the knowledge, support, and skills they need to build protective factors that nurture your community.

We harvest what we sow. Let’s do it together.

Other Giving Opportunites

Wills and Living Trust

A Legacy that will last a lifetime.

When you include Prevent Child Abuse Arizona in your will or living trust, you create a legacy that will continue on for many years to come. In as little as one sentence, you are able to complete your gift. And, it can be written flexibly to allow for changes should your life circumstance change.

  • It is recommended that you talk with your estate attorney and/or tax professional when considering a charitable gift through a living will or trust.

Please feel free to contact Rebekah Prieto at (928) 445-5038 or rebekah@pcaaz.org with any questions you may have.

IRA Charitable Rollover

What is the IRA Charitable Rollover?

  • If you are age 70 ½ or older, you can make a gift of up to $100,000 from your IRA (traditional or Roth) to support Prevent Child Abuse Arizona.
  • This strategy works for whether you itemize on your taxes or not.

Why this may be a good gift option?

  • The gift counts against your required minimum distribution for the year.
  • The gift is excluded from your taxable income — which is a nice tax benefit.
  • It may prevent you from being pushed into a higher tax bracket and help you avoid the limit on charitable deductions.
  • It is easy to make — you simply notifies your IRA custodian.
  • It minimizes the effect on cash flow because the gift is from your assets, not your checkbook.

The gift will be put to use today, allowing you to see the difference your donation is making. The transfer generates neither taxable income nor a tax deduction, so you benefit even if you do not itemize your deductions.

If you have not yet taken your required minimum distribution for the year, your IRA charitable rollover gift can satisfy all or part of that requirement.

A few questions answered:

Q: I’ve already named Prevent Child Abuse Arizona as the beneficiary of my IRA. What are the benefits if I make a gift now instead of after my lifetime?

A: By making a gift this year of up to $100,000 from your IRA, you can see your philanthropic dollars at work. You are jump-starting the legacy you would like to leave and giving yourself the joy of watching your philanthropy take shape.

Q: I’m turning age 70½ in a few months. Can I make this gift now?

A: No. The legislation requires you to reach age 70½ by the date you make the gift.

Q: I have several retirement accounts—some are pensions and some are IRAs. Does it matter which retirement account I use?

A: Yes. Direct rollovers to a qualified charity can be made only from an IRA. Under certain circumstances, however, you may be able to roll assets from a pension, profit sharing, 401(k) or 403(b) plan into an IRA and then make the transfer from the IRA directly to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona. To determine if a rollover to an IRA is available for your plan, speak with your plan administrator.

Q: Do I need to give my entire IRA to be eligible for the tax benefits?

A: No. You can give any amount under this provision, as long as it is $100,000 or less this year. If your IRA is valued at more than $100,000, you can transfer a portion of it to fund a charitable gift.

Q: I have two charities I want to support. Can I give $100,000 from my IRA to each?

A: No. Under the law, you can give a maximum of $100,000. For example, you can give each organization $50,000 this year or any other combination that totals $100,000 or less. Any amount of more than $100,000 in one year must be reported as taxable income.

Q: My spouse and I would like to give more than $100,000. How can we do that?

A: If you have a spouse (as defined by the IRS) who is 70½ or older and has an IRA, he or she can also give up to $100,000 from his or her IRA.

  • It is recommended that you talk with your tax professionals if you are considering a charitable gift under the extended law.

Please feel free to contact Rebekah Prieto at (928) 445-5038 or rebekah@pcaaz.org with any questions you may have.

Beneficiary Designations

Did you know?

Listing Prevent Child Abuse Arizona as a beneficiary to a life insurance policy, annuity, or a retirement plan is a great way to support children in Arizona and their families for the future.

  • It is recommended that you talk with your estate attorney and/or tax professional when considering a charitable gift through a living will or trust.

Please feel free to contact Rebekah Prieto at (928) 445-5038 or rebekah@pcaaz.org with any questions you may have.

Charitable Remainder Trust

A charitable remainder trust (CRT) is a giving strategy that can generate income for you and loved ones while also creating a space for you to pursue your philanthropic goals. They offer some flexibility and control over your charitable intent while providing lifetime income.

When you elect this form of giving and make contributions to the trust, you may be eligible for a partial tax deduction based on the assets that will be passed on to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona.

This strategy creates wonderful benefits to you and your designated loved one’s while also producing transformational gifts to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona down the road.

  • It is recommended that you talk with your estate attorney and/or tax professional when considering a charitable gift through a charitable remainder trust.

Please feel free to contact Rebekah Prieto at (928) 445-5038 or rebekah@pcaaz.org with any questions you may have.

Real Estate

Real Estate

Gifts of Possibility

  • Take advantage of tax savings, which may offset capital gains
  • Create lifetime income through a charitable remainder trust or a gift annuity
  • Leave a legacy in your community

We know that close to 45% of the wealth in America is held in the form of real estate, yet only about 3% of gifts to charity come in the form of real estate gifts. Why? There are many options available, however many charities are not comfortable working with real estate gifts and many individuals simply are not aware of the advantages to giving in this way.

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona has worked to combat these concerns by creating a Real Estate Gifts Advisory Committee. The group is comprised of a group of experts who volunteer their time and knowledge to assist us in evaluating all real estate proposals. The goal is to create options that will benefit the seller, their family, and our charity.

Gifts of Real Estate Can Take Many Forms

An Outright Gift

A Charitable Remainder Trust

A Charitable Gift Annuity

A Charitable Lead Trust

Bargain Sale

Life Estate Contract

If you are considering a charitable gift of real estate or would like more information, please contact Rebekah Prieto (928) 445-5038 or rebekah@pcaaz.org

  • It is recommended that you talk with your estate attorney and/or tax professionals if you are considering a charitable gift of real estate.

Charitable Lead Trust

Charitable Lead Trust

PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

You can benefit from the tax savings that result from supporting Prevent Child Abuse Arizona without giving up the assets that you’d like your family to receive someday with a donation in the form of a charitable lead trust.

There are two ways that charitable lead trusts make payments to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona:

A charitable lead annuity trust pays a fixed amount each year to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona and is more attractive when interest rates are low.

A charitable lead unitrust pays a variable amount each year based on the value of the assets in the trust. With a unitrust, if the trust’s assets go up in value, for example, the payments to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona will go up as well.

At the end of the lead annuity or lead unitrust term, the asset will be transfer back to you or your heirs depending on your unique situation.

  • It is recommended that you talk with your estate attorney and/or tax professionals if you are considering a charitable gift of real estate.

Please feel free to contact Rebekah Prieto at (928) 445-5038 or rebekah@pcaaz.org with any questions you may have.

Endowed Gifts

An endowed gift is a gift of cash or other assets to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (a nonprofit 501(c)3) who commits to using the gift in the way the you have requested and to invest the funds in a way that will generate growth in the funds in perpetuity.

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona holds an account with the Arizona Community Foundation that allows your endowed gift to keep on giving.

  • It is recommended that you talk with your estate attorney and/or tax professional when considering a charitable gift through a charitable remainder trust.

Please feel free to contact Rebekah Prieto at (928) 445-5038 or rebekah@pcaaz.org with any questions you may have.

Learn More

Contact Rebekah Prieto
(928) 445-5038
P.O. Box 26495
Prescott Valley, AZ 86312

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona does not offer legal or tax advice. When considering a charitable gift through your assets, it is recommended that you seek the advice of your attorney and or tax professional.

Donor Privacy Policy

DONOR PRIVACY POLICY

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (PCA Az) is committed to maintaining your trust and protecting your privacy. This privacy policy is intended to protect and secure the personally identifiable information (any information by which you can be identified) that you provide to us. We maintain the privacy of your information using security technologies and adhere to policies that prevent unauthorized use of your personal information.

If you desire to review your information, request corrections or special requests, or remove your name from our postal mailing list, you can email us at info@pcaaz.org or mail to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona P.O. Box 26495, Prescott Valley, AZ 86312, and request to be removed from our list. You can unsubscribe from email communications by clicking on the unsubscribe link present in all our messages.

To ensure philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public and that donors and prospective donors have full confidence in our organization, PCA Az adheres to the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Donor Bill of Rights.

Information We Collect
We collect information from visitors through online requests, online donations and information provided to us at community events. Information collected usually includes name, address, city, state, zip, phone number, email address, contact preferences and, in the case of donations, credit card number and expiration date. In order to track what PCA Az programs you are most interested in, we may also collect information on your area of interest, such as the Yavapai Family Advocacy Center. We also collect anonymous information on which portions of our website visitors access or visit. We monitor and track information such as usage patterns of visitors to our website. We use this information to improve our website, our operations and our service.

How the Information is Used
PCA Az uses your information to understand your needs and provide you with better online and mail service. We may use your information to complete a transaction, issue you an income tax receipt for a donation, or to personalize our Web site for you. Credit card numbers are used only for donation or payment processing and are not retained for any other purposes. In addition, we may periodically send you e-mail announcing news and event information. If you choose to supply your postal address, you may receive mailings from us as well. PCA Az may share data with trusted partners to help us perform statistical analysis, send email or postal mail, or provide customer support. All such third parties are prohibited from using your personal information except to provide these services to PCA Az, and they are required to maintain the confidentiality of your information. PCA Az, does not sell, rent or exchange donor information with any third party.

Security
PCA Az is committed to ensuring the security of your personal information. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the proper use of information, we have established and implemented appropriate physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. PCA Az uses Neon CRM when collecting or transferring sensitive data such as credit card information. Any information you enter is encrypted at your browser, sent over the public Internet in encrypted form, and then de-encrypted at our server.

WEBSITE PRIVACY POLICY

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (PCA Az) is committed to maintaining your trust and protecting your privacy. This website privacy policy is intended to protect and secure the personally identifiable information (any information by which you can be identified) that you provide to us while navigating our website. We maintain the privacy of your information using security technologies and adhere to policies that prevent unauthorized use of your personal information.

Security
PCA Az is committed to ensuring the security of your personal information. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the proper use of information, we have established and implemented appropriate procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. PCA Az uses Neon CRM when collecting or transferring sensitive data such as credit card information. Any information you enter is encrypted at your browser, sent over the public Internet in encrypted form, and then de-encrypted at our server.

Protecting your privacy
As part of our commitment to ensuring the privacy of subscribers, we do not sell or exchange names, email addresses or any other personally identifiable information with any third party.

Use of cookies
Cookies are pieces of information that are stored on your computer to help identify you while you visit our website. A cookie can’t read data off your hard drive or read cookie files created by other sites. Cookies do not damage your system. We use session cookies to make visiting and using our website easier – so that you don’t have to continually re-enter form information, and so that we can tailor your visit to your expressed preferences. These session cookies are erased when you close your web browser.

Many Web sites place cookies on your hard drive. You can choose whether to accept cookies by changing the settings of your browser. Your browser can refuse all cookies, or show you when a cookie is being sent. If you choose not to accept these cookies, your experience at our site and other Web sites may be diminished and some features may not work as intended.

Children’s Online Privacy
This site is not directed to children and we will not request any information from children under 13 at this site. If we find personally identifying information submitted by children under the age of 13, we will purge the information from our files.

Links to other sites
This website provides links to third-party websites. While we make efforts to choose our links carefully, we take no responsibility for the content or privacy policy of linked websites.

Questions regarding this privacy policy can be directed to:
Rebekah Prieto
Development Director
Prevent Child Abuse Arizona
P.O. Box 26495
Prescott Valley, AZ 86312
Email: rebekah@pcaaz.org