Ways to Give

There are many ways to give and support the good work done at the
Jewish Federation of Durham Chapel Hill.

 

Click each option below to learn more:

Annual Campaign

Donations

Tributes

Corporate Matching Gifts

Corporate Sponsorship

 

And gifts can be made through many different vehicles.

Wish to send a check in the mail?  Checks can be made to the Jewish Federation of Durham Chapel Hill and mailed to 1937 West Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC 27705.

Wish to use a credit card?  Use our secure online platform selecting amount, frequency, and type of gift you would like to make.

Wish to contribute utilizing a donor advised fund? Click here to download the Donor Advised Fund Letter of Intent form and return to development department.

Wish to contribute through a stock transfer? Click here to download a Stock Transfer Form and return to our development department.

Wish to use your IRA Charitable Rollover?  Did you know that anyone age 70½ or older may direct their IRA administrator to distribute a gift from an IRA to support Federation?  With certain exceptions mentioned below, any amount transferred counts against the required minimum distribution, and individuals can direct up to $100,000/year. IRA owners who turned age 70½ in 2019 or before are required to take minimum distributions in 2020 and beyond. If you have not turned 70½ by the end of 2019, you are required to take minimum distributions beginning at age 72 under provisions of the SECURE Act (signed into law in December 2019).  Even so, you may make an IRA Charitable Rollover from your IRA when you turn 70½.

Please note: The amount of a charitable IRA rollover gift that counts toward your required minimum distribution may be reduced by additions you make to a retirement account after age 70 ½. So if you are adding to your retirement account after age 70 ½ and considering making an IRA Charitable Rollover, be sure to discuss this with your financial advisor and/or tax professional.  Need assistance or have questions?  Contact our development department.