Become an Ambassador. Partners who make a multi-year pledge strengthen the long-term financial sustainability of the mission so we can boldly plan for the future. Partners who pledge $1,000 or more per year, for three years, become part of our Community of Vision.
To make a pledge, please email email@example.com or call 626-304-9130 X 111.
To make a payment by phone, call: (626) 304 – 9130 x 111
Checks payable to: Door of Hope
Attention: Talar Afsharian
221 E. Walnut St. Suite #112
Pasadena, CA 91101
Corporate matching gifts are a type of giving in which companies financially match donations that their employees make to nonprofit organizations. Companies of all sizes match donations because it’s an easy, structured way for them to support good work in their communities.
Does your company match?
Simply go to our online donation form where you can search your company name to see if they will match.
When you make a donation, you can request a matching gift from your employer (if they offer this program), who then makes their own donation. Companies usually match donations at a 1:1 ratio, but some will match at a 2:1, 3:1, or even a 4:1 ratio!
In effect, your gift will go twice as far!
Take advantage of the many tax benefits of donating stock:
— no long-term cap gain tax on your donated shares
— tax deduction for the full market value of your donated shares
To donate shares, please fill out and email the form to us to let us know to look out of for your stock donation. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a Visionary. Partners who have named Door of Hope as a beneficiary in their estate plans will fuel Door of Hope’s growth and impact in perpetuity through our endowment fund. Partners who leave a legacy gift become a part of our Community of Vision. Learn more.
If you are currently using a donor-advised fund for your charitable giving, consider designating Door of Hope as a grant recipient.
A donor-advised fund is a philanthropic giving vehicle in which an individual deposits contributions without choosing a specific recipient right away. When you, the donor, decide on a recipient, you can send the money from the account to the nonprofit organization as a grant.
If you are 70½ or older and you have a traditional IRA, you are eligible to make a tax effective donation to a charity directly from your IRA, even if you do not itemize deductions on your tax return. This donation is called a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) and it uses funds that you’re already required by law to withdraw from your IRA that otherwise would be taxed. It’s a simple but highly effective way to support Door of Hope while minimizing the tax bite associated with IRA distributions.