We can receive donations from the following sources for the Sisters’ programs and projects:
Cash or Checks:
Mail to: International Project Services. 18000 W. Nine Mile Road Suite 550, Southfield, MI 48075.
Credit Card or PayPal
Donor Advised Funds (DAF):
Work with your financial advisor to donate assets to an investment fund. They will distribute the assets per your instructions, and you can take the maximum tax deduction.
Assets can be placed in a 501 (c) (3) private foundation to distribute to charities that the family selects to meet their giving goals. This can provide some income and estate tax benefits.
Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCD):
At the age of 70.5 years old, you can donate to qualified charities from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) and avoid Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) taxes.
You can have your investment company to transfer funds to Daughters of Charity International Project Services.
Other Fund Transfer Mechanisms:
Please contact us to discuss options.
Wills and Trusts:
You can designate a gift or portion of your estate to DC IPS. In some cases, this may reduce federal gift and estate taxes.
From the humblest gift through major sponsorships, your gift makes you a participant in the services provided directly by Daughters of Charity in impoverished areas of the world. Your gift allows the sisters to do everything from feed a child to care for a disabled elder to build a nursing school. We thank you in their name!
This information is not a substitute for expert legal, tax, or other professional advice. We strongly encourage donors to work with a professional advisor to determine the best way to make an impact with their giving.
Daughters of Charity International Project Services is a qualified 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are used for the direct services to those who are poor and are fully tax deductible, as allowable by law.