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Real Estate & Securities
Our staff is experienced in facilitating a range of real estate gifts and can provide more information about this process. Please call the Development department at 214-559-7886 or 800-421-1121, ext. 7886, with questions or to discuss a proposed gift. Individuals will receive an income tax charitable deduction for their gift in accordance with the current Internal Revenue Code.
An individual may make an outright gift to Scottish Rite by transferring their stocks or bonds. A gift of securities entitles the individual to an immediate income tax deduction typically equal to the fair market value of the securities.
If the securities are held in “street name” in a brokerage account, the individual’s broker can electronically transfer the securities directly to Scottish Rite. If you are interested in making a transfer of assets by wire, please notify our Development department at 214-559-7886.
President’s Club members pledge to give $1000 per year for five years.
Members of the 500 Club commit to give $500 per year for 5 years.
For more details or to become a member, contact the Development team at 214-559-8464.
To commemorate this loyal support, each member receives a personalized keepsake at the beginning of the membership and annual date tabs each year. After five years, members of the President’s Club and 500 Club can choose to renew their commitment and move up a level in membership.
Honor & Memorial Gifts
Honor and memorial gifts can be made by phone with your credit card or on our donation page. To promptly acknowledge your gift, we will request the name and address of the individuals you would like us to notify of your gift.
Texas State Employees Charitable Campaign (SECC): Use charity code #050040 to assign your gift to Scottish Rite for Children. Visit secctexas.org for information on campaign dates and donation procedures.
Combined Federal Campaign (CFC): Use charity code #50975 to assign your gift to Scottish Rite for Children. Visit cfcnca.org for information on campaign dates and donation procedures.
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Note: Scottish Rite for Children is exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; therefore, your gift is tax-deductible to the full extent provided by law. Please consult your financial planner or tax adviser to determine the exact tax advantages of any gift you are considering. We provide an acknowledgement letter, which includes a receipt that can be used to claim a tax deduction, for all gifts.