Having a child in the hospital impacts everyone in his or her life, and there are many ways to say thank you for the superior care and comprehensive support provided to the whole family.
Gift planning offers you the chance to give to Four Diamonds now or after your lifetime, helping you align your charitable giving with your overall financial and estate plans. Many giving options even offer you financial benefits, allowing you to make the greatest impact on our mission while maintaining the future security of you and your loved ones.
To learn more about how you can leave a legacy gift to Four Diamonds, please contact The Pennsylvania State University Gift Planning office who assists us with these types of gifts.
Donating appreciated securities is an excellent way to support Four Diamonds. It may also provide you with significant tax benefits.
To learn more about donating stocks, bonds and mutual funds to Four Diamonds, please contact The Pennsylvania State University Gift Planning office who assists us with these types of gifts.
By partnering with Four Diamonds on a cause-related marketing (CRM) or corporate giving program, we can help you reach your business goals while giving back to the community. Our staff will work with you to design, create and activate a custom program that fits your business needs and the needs of your costumers and employees.
Please contact Four Diamonds at email@example.com or 717-531-6086 for more information.
Matching gifts are a great way to maximize personal contributions to Four Diamonds and increase the impact of the gift. By taking advantage of your company's matching gift benefit, you may be able to double or even triple the amount of a contribution.
So how is your gift matched?
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The Pennsylvania State University is classified as a government entity. As an Instrumentality of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania it is not required to apply for or have a 501(c)3 designation.
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