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You can use almost any type of asset to establish or add to a named charitable fund. You can also do your giving today or in the future through a planned or legacy gift. Whatever your philanthropic giving objectives, ACT has the tools and resources to help you be strategic, flexible and effective.
For a list of ACT funds in alphabetical order, click here.
To download a PDF list of ACT funds by categories and program area, click here
When donors decide to give through ACT, they are provided with the maximum tax benefits allowed by law since we are recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) public charity. As always, our staff is available to speak with you and your financial advisor. We look forward to assisting you.
There's no better time than today to make a charitable contribution. By making a gift now, you can experience the joy of philanthropy and witness the difference your gift can make.
Gifts to ACT are tax-deductible
The Adirondack Community Trust is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, publicly supported organization serving the Adirondack Region and beyond. Contributions are fully deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Gifts of Cash
There is no easier way to garner a charitable deduction and support the causes that matter to you than simply writing a check.
Online Giving via Pay Pal
Making a donation online has never been easier! Click on the link below to make a credit card or electronic check donation to a fund here at ACT. Your online contribution will be processed on the Pay Pal website, but will be applied directly to the fund of your choice here at ACT. Your donation is safe, secure, and private, and will support the issues and causes you care about most.
To Make a Gift of Stock
Giving long-term appreciated stock may offer donors a tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock on the date of the gift. Please call the ACT office and we'll be happy to send you DTC Transfer Instructions. 518-523-9904
Charitable IRA Extended for 2013
The Charitable IRA Rollover, which allows tax-free distributions from an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) to a public charity, was extended through December of 2013 by the American Tax Payer Relief ACT of 2012.