The Randolph Foundation is designated as a
501 (c) (3) charitable organization by the Internal Revenue Tax code. The Foundation's tax identification number is 02-6009502. All donations to the Randolph Foundation are tax deductible.
Giving to the Randolph Foundation ensures that the core community programs and services currently provided continue, and that future projects can be supported.
Annual Appeal: The Foundation depends on the annual gifts from our supporters. Donations may be made by online below or mailing a check payable to: The Randolph Foundation C/O Carol Gagnon, Treasurer; P.O. Box 283; Gorham, NH 03581
One-Time Gift: A one-time gift of cash, stocks, bonds, real estate, or other assets to the Randolph Foundation will qualify for the maximum charitable benefit under state and federal law. A call to Carol Gagnon can help you set up the transaction.
Bequest: Many Randolphians have chosen to include a gift to the Randolph Foundation as a portion of their estate. Gifts of over $50,000.00 may be set up as a named, donor advised fund. Please consult your estate planner and Laurie Archambault: firstname.lastname@example.org from the Foundation if you are interested in establishing the bequest.
The Randolph Foundation can also accept donations which offer the donor some advantages with regard to the federal estate taxes and the transfer tax. Given the changing landscape of these taxes, it is important that you seek the advice of a trained estate planner. If continuing the mission of the Randolph Foundation is important to you, you might want to consider:
Gift Annuity: If you make a gift of cash or property to the Randolph Foundation, you can get immediate tax benefits, and ensure that you or a loved one receive fixed quarterly or annual income payments for life.
Charitable Remainder Trust: You can place cash or property in a trust that pays annual income to you (or another named beneficiary) for life. After your death, the remainder of the trust transfers to the Randolph Foundation. You receive income tax benefits the year you establish your trust.
Charitable Lead Trust: You can place cash or property in a trust that pays a fixed amount to your community foundation for the number of years you select. Once this period ends, the assets held by the trust are transferred to the beneficiaries you name.
Donations are tax-deductible and may be made by online using a credit card here
Or mailing a check payable to:
The Randolph Foundation
Mail to: The Randolph Foundation
P.O. Box 283
Gorham, NH 03581