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Planned Giving

Automate Planned Giving with Food for the Hungry

Welcome! We're delighted you stopped by to explore how Food for the Hungry can help with your charitable giving plans. Here you can see the process for giving a non-cash item. You'll also find guidance for structuring gifts through wills, trusts, business interests, gift annuities or retirement plans. We're here to serve you, whether you're thinking about how to give wisely, or you're ready to put a planned gift in place.

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Think First, Then Give

Prepare your mind and heart as you make legacy arrangements.

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Ways to Support FH

See what assets you can give learn wise ways to give them.

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Craft Your Legacy

Make ending poverty in someone's life be part of your legacy.

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Gifts of Cash

A donation of cash is a simple and easy way for you to make a gift.

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Benefits of gifts of cash

  • You can make an immediate impact on our mission
  • You can take a charitable income tax deduction

How to make a gift of cash

Online gifts of cash - Just click here and complete our online donation form. Your gift will be processed quickly and safely using our secure server.

Mailing a gift of cash - You can send us a check or money order. Please let us know if you want your gift used for a specific purpose by indicating that purpose either in the memo line or in a letter to us.

More on gifts of cash

Did you know that you can mail a check on December 31st and, even if the check is not received and cashed by Food for the Hungry until after the new year, the IRS will allow you to take a deduction in the year the check was mailed? Keep this in mind for year-end tax planning!

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If you have any questions about gifts of cash, please contact us. We would be happy to assist you and answer any questions that you have.

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