Thanks to you, we’ve been able to help hundreds of people affected by amyloidosis. And we won’t stop there.
Your donations can help us advance important research and clinical trials, raise awareness, improve patient outcomes and provide essential support to people affected by amyloidosis.
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Give By Mail
Checks can be mailed to:
The Amyloidosis Research Consortium
320 Nevada Street, Suite 210
Newton, MA 02460
Creating a tribute in honor or memory of a family member or friend is one of the most simple and meaningful ways to recognize their journey with amyloidosis while supporting the research that matters most. Create your tribute page today.
Creating a fundraiser page is a great way to recognize an individual or event. Your support allows us to continue to fund the research that will move us closer to a cure. Create your own fundraiser and support research today. Start Fundraising.
Planned giving allows you to make a lasting impact on finding a cure for amyloidosis. Your financial advisor can help you learn more about planned giving options, and we would be happy to guide you in the right direction.
Here is some sample language to share with your attorney if you would like to include ARC in your estate plans:
“I give, devise and bequeath to The Amyloidosis Research Consortium, a nonprofit organization located at 320 Nevada Street, Suite 210, Newton, MA 02460 for the use of its activities in the support of research related to amyloidosis, the sum of _____ dollars and/or _____ shares of capital stock of _____corporation and/or the following described property_____and/or_____% of my residuary estate.”
The substantial leverage involved in insurance would afford you the capability of gifting a significant amount for a relatively small cost; in return you would probably receive an income tax charitable deduction. Making a charity the beneficiary of a life insurance policy is one of the simplest ways of providing a bequest to those organizations you wish to support.
If you were thinking of locking in some of your capital gains this year, consider the more tax-efficient alternative of donating shares of appreciated mutual funds or stock to ARC instead. You can deduct the current market value of the gift for income tax purposes, just as if you had made cash payment. As an added advantage, you will avoid any capital gains taxes you would have owed if you had sold the assets instead.
If the stock is eligible for transfer by The Depository Trust Company (DTC), instruct your financial institution to deliver the assets using the following instructions:
- Bank Name: UBS Financial Services, Inc
- DTC #: 0221
- Client Account Name: Amyloidosis Research Consortium, Inc.
- Client Account Number: Y913435
- Your contacts at UBS: Jeremy Seidman (617-247-6120, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jose Rodriguez (617-439-8331, email@example.com)
The IRA charitable rollover provision permits individuals age 70 and older to make charitable donations of up to $100,000 from Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and Roth IRAs without having to count the distributions as taxable income. The IRA Charitable Rollover is intended to benefit donors of all income levels. You should consult with your tax or legal counsel to make sure that you meet all the criteria and that your intended gift will qualify under this provision.
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Your donation is helping us do valuable research that will extend and improve the lives of amyloidosis patients. Invest in a cure for amyloidosis by donating today.
For questions about donations given in honor or memory of someone, planned giving, workplace or employee giving, and corporate giving or sponsorship, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 467-5170.
The Amyloidosis Research Consortium is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Your contribution is tax deductible.