Photo by Stephanie Whitlock.
We need your support as we continue to engage people in our city’s built spaces, its history, and its stories.
Please note that the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act includes an above-the-line deduction (universal or non-itemizer deduction that applies to all taxpayers) for total charitable contributions of up to $300 made in 2020. Please consult with your advisor for more information about this opportunity to support the AHC.
Photo by Brian Johnson.
Become a monthly giver
Monthly Giving through your checking account offers a convenient and effective way to support the mission and work of the AHC throughout the year. Just select “Make this a recurring donation deducted” on the donation page.
Build the AHC’s legacy today through your IRA
If you’re 70½ years old or older, there’s a simple way to support the AHC and receive significant tax benefits in return. You can give up to $100,000 from your IRA directly to the AHC without paying income taxes on the donation.
Have your employer match your gift
Not only is it an easy and effective way to double the amount of your donation, but it also maximizes the impact your gift can have in supporting preservation in our community. When considering a donation to the AHC, please check with your employer to see if they offer a matching gift program. Just fill out the Matching Gifts section on the donation page.
Share your shares
Meet your charitable goals and save money by donating stocks to the AHC. A gift of stock or mutual funds before December 31st could be a great way to maximize tax savings and meet your charitable giving goals for the year.
Include the AHC in your estate planning
Old House Revival Tour. Photo by Nina Johnson.
You can make a difference for decades through estate planning. Any meaningful gift that has the ability to affect lasting change requires careful consideration and planning. Our donors entrust us with the resources we need to realize our mission. In turn, we want to inform our donors about the range of effective, tax-efficient methods to meet their charitable giving goals. LEARN MORE ABOUT ESTATE PLANNING>>
Make a business contribution
A variety of opportunities for your company to show their commitment to historic preservation in our community. Please contact us about the benefits of becoming an AHC business member or to learn how your business can partner with us through a program sponsorship.
Please contact Cindy Eldkrona, Development Director, to discuss stock donations, estate planning, sponsorships, and other ways to give to the AHC. ([email protected], 503-231-7264)
We hope we can count on you to continue to invest in this critical work by making a tax-deductible contribution to help us reach more people and do everything we can to save our building heritage.
The Bosco-Milligan Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit pursuant to IRS regulations. Your gift is fully tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.