Thank you for your tax-deductible gift, which brings a rabbinic moral voice to human rights in North America, Israel, and the occupied Palestinian territories.
*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to access the office and are having mail forwarded to our homes, resulting in delayed processing times and delayed acknowledgement letters. If possible, please consider an electronic donation through our website or a wire transfer. Thank you for your patience and support.
Make your check out to: T’ruah
266 West 37th Street, Suite 803
New York, NY 10018
By giving monthly to T’ruah, you amplify the moral voice of over 2,000 rabbis and cantors fighting for human rights in North America, Israel, and the occupied Palestinian territories.
If you itemize your tax returns, gifts of securities entitle you to a federal income tax charitable deduction. In the case of appreciated securities, you may deduct the full fair market value of your gift once you have held onto the securities for at least one year. You are permitted to carry any unused deduction forward for up to five additional years. In addition, you will avoid paying capital gains tax on the stock you donated to T’ruah. Donating stock is also a means of ridding yourself of any stock in companies that do not align with your values, in a way that supports an organization that does.
Brokered Account Name: T’ruah
DTC # 0226
F/B/O “NFS A/C #Q81-002657
Because electronic transfers are made without identifying the donor, please contact us at 212-845-5201 or office [at] truah.org to inform us of your stock gift. Thank you!
If you want to make a donation to T’ruah from a donor-advised fund, our EIN is 45-0464545 and we may be found via a name search for “T ruah” with a space between the T and r.
Please contact us at 212-845-5201.
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Canadian supporters may give tax-deductible gifts online through T’ruah’s page on Canada Helps, or mail gifts to:
50 Charles Street East, P.O. Box 10002
Toronto, ON M4Y2T7
T’ruah Tax ID Number: 45-0464545
Thank you for building a powerful rabbinic movement for human rights!