Donate Real Estate

If you own real estate—your home, commercial or residential rental property, undeveloped land, or even a vacation property—it could be your most valuable appreciated asset. That means there might be valuable tax or estate planning advantages to including real estate in your charitable giving strategy. Your real estate could even let you make a larger gift to Direct Relief while saving on taxes.

There are a variety of ways to leverage real estate for charitable giving. Talk to your real estate attorney or tax advisor about whether donating real estate is the right choice for you. The information here is not intended as legal or tax advice. It is intended only to help you understand some of your options for making a charitable gift to Direct Relief.

Direct Relief’s Employer Identification Number (EIN) for tax reporting is 95-1831116.

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