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Ways to Give
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Gifts of Cash

The most straightforward way to give is simply a gift of cash. However, a cash gift is only deductible for income tax purposes in the year the contribution is made and is limited to 50% of adjusted gorss income for the taxable year, but any excess is deductible over the next five years. If you think your estate will be subject to estate tax at your death, bear in mind that you receive a federal gift tax charitable deduction for the value of gifts of cash made during your lifetime.