There are multiple methods for making a gift. Below are listed the most popular methods and/or forms of gifts made:
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Secure one-time or recurring gifts may be made online.
CPTC faculty and staff may have gifts automatically deducted from each paycheck by filling out a payroll deduction form.
WA State and higher education employees may make gifts through the Combined Fund Drive at their place of employment or at cfd.wa.gov.
CPTC faculty and staff may have gifts automatically deducted from each paycheck by filling out a payroll deduction form. Enroll here.
In-kind gifts of certain personal property — like supplies, equipment, and computers— may be accepted. Personal property donations generally are donated to be used within a specific program.
To make donations of property contact the foundation office or the specific program to gain approval for this gift in advance.
Gifts of automobiles may be given to the automotive program to be used as teaching tools. To learn more, contact Janice Parker within the automotive program at 253-589-6044.
Automobiles may also be donated through the Vehicle Donation Processing Center, which will sell the automobile and direct the proceeds to the Foundation. Donate online here.
Individuals with appreciated stocks often find these types of gifts have significant favorable tax incentives versus cash.
Gifts of real estate may be accepted. There may be favorable tax incentives for making this type of gift.
A gift through a will is the simplest method for creating a legacy type of gift.
Gifts are also accepted from charitable trusts or annuities and life insurance.
**Please consult with your tax specialist or contact us to learn more. 253-589-6082 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by federal law. Gifts qualify for deductions and credits in the calendar year they are given.