The Kansas Pediatric Foundation is classified as a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization by the IRS. The Foundation accepts a variety of gifts that are tax-deductible as allowed by law, including:
Online Gift – it’s easy, just click on the “Donate” button on the right and enter your credit card number! A reciept for your tax deductible gift will come in the mail a few days later.
Payroll Deduction – Just $20 out of each paycheck would buy 160 books for Kansas kids each year! Contact your payroll person or firstname.lastname@example.org to set this up.
Direct Deposit – you can set up an automatic monthly payment to KPF from your bank account.
Use this form to set it up
|We have a new opportunity for you to support the KPF programs Turn a Page. Touch a Mind. ® (TAP-TAM) and Kansas KidLink!With an easy monthly gift, you can sign up once and have a gift automatically given to KPF each month that will make a BIG impact!
What your monthly gift to TAP-TAM can do in one year:
• $20 each month……..provide 80 TAP-TAM books
• $50 each month……..provide 200 TAP-TAM books
• $100 each month……provide 400 TAP-TAM books
• $150 each month……provide 600 TAP-TAM books
Gifts can be designated to specific Kansas communities!
What your monthly gift to Kansas KidLink can do:
Your monthly gift to the Kansas KidLink Endowment Fund will grow and provide an annual payout that supports the Kansas KidLink Children’s Mental Health database far into the future. The online database, www.kansaskidlink.org, provides mental health resources and referral information for Kansas kids.
Honor Gift – give a gift in honor of the family member or co-worker that has it all. This gift comes with a personalized certificate for the honoree.
Gifts of Cash – outright or pledged over a period of five years
Gifts of Securities – including stocks, bonds, mutual funds and IRAs
Gifts of Personal Property – i.e., coin collections, antique cards, artwork, etc. The feasibility of accepting these gifts will be determined by the Campaign Leadership Committee.
Gifts of Real Property – including real estate, home, business property, farmland and pastures, etc. The Foundation reserves the right to liquidate at any time.
Gifts of Trusts – including charitable remainder trusts, unitrusts, lead trusts, family trusts, annuity trusts, etc.
Gifts of Insurance – the Foundation must be both the owner and beneficiary for the donor to receive a charitable deduction.
Gifts of Bequests – i.e., gifts received at death directed by a will or living trust.
We encourage you to discuss these various giving methods with your accountant, financial advisor and/or attorney and select the most effective way for you to make a gift to the Foundation. To discuss options, contact email@example.com.