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When a fire destroyed Lakshmi’s home and business, her savings group came together to build her family a new house. Gifts like yours build supportive community.

More ways to give

Non-cash gifts may reduce your tax burden while helping Trickle Up help more women build skills, resources, and confidence so they and their families can live better lives.

Donor-Advised Funds

DAFs combine tax benefits with the flexibility to give to your favorite causes when you are ready. Contact Dave Rivera with questions about setting up your DAF or giving to Trickle Up through your DAF.

IRA QUALIFIED CHARITABLE DISTRIBUTIONS

If you are 70.5 or older, QCDs count toward your Required Minimum Distribution (up to $100,000 annually), effectively lowering your adjusted gross income. Visit  the IRS website for more information.

Giving Stock

Transferring appreciated stock directly to Trickle Up allows you to avoid capital gains and deduct the full amount of your stock as a charitable donation on your tax return. Contact Dave Rivera to learn more.

Employer Match

Many employers offer generous matches to maximize your gift’s impact. Check with your human resources department for help, and contact Dave Rivera to let us know your match is on its way.

Planned Giving

Leave a legacy of empowerment while reducing the tax burden on your loved ones. Contact Rhonda Zapatka if you have put Trickle Up in your estate plan or are interested in doing so.

Gala

Every year the Trickle Up gala raises funds to help women living in extreme poverty and their families. Visit our Gala page or contact Elena Szajewski to learn more.

If you would like to donate by mail, you can send a check to our New York office.

Trickle Up
104 W 27th Street, 12th floor
New York, NY 10001

Or contact us by phone at

+1 212 255 9980

The women who were selected because of their extreme poverty, like me, have become great entrepreneurs today.

Habi Sawadogo

Llivestock owner, savings group president

Monpelghin, Burkina Faso