There are many ways you can support the AHRC New York City Foundation. Your gift today can help sustain programs the Foundation is currently funding. And your deferred gift will help ensure that such programs continue to be available in the future for families who need them.
Many gifts provide benefits to the donor as well as to the Foundation. The Foundation staff is available to assist you in planning the gift that best meets your personal and philanthropic goals. If you have already included the AHRC New York City Foundation in your estate plans, please let us know so we can acknowledge your generosity.
Volunteers are at the heart of our fund-raising efforts. Our dedicated board members, event leaders, benefit committee members and Annual Fund solicitors give their time and expertise as well as their generous financial support. We are also grateful for the graphic artists, printers and others who provide their services pro bono.
Bequests to the AHRC New York City Foundation may be made in several ways. You may specify a particular dollar amount in your will. Or, you may leave a percentage of your estate. Read more
The AHRC New York City Foundation Pooled Income Fund allows you to make a gift to the Foundation and receive income on the gift during your lifetime. Read more
Because of the tax advantages of donating appreciated securities, you may find you are able to make a larger gift with stock than with cash. Read more
Money in a tax-deferred retirement plan–such as an IRA or 401(k)–that is left to an individual’s heirs can be subject to both income and estate taxes. Taxes can erode a substantial part of these assets. Read more
The AHRC New York City Foundation Pooled Income Fund allows you to make a gift to the Foundation and receive income on the gift during your lifetime. Your gift is invested, along with the gifts of other donors, in a bond fund, and the income is distributed proportionately at the end of each quarter. The income can benefit another person, such as a spouse, as well as you. Read more
The success of our fund-raising events depends upon committed leadership and committee members. We welcome new members for all of our benefit committees. In the case of the AHRC Golf Classic, there is a Young Leadership Committee comprising golfers under age 35 in addition to a committee of corporate chairs. Read more