More Ways To Give
UPDATE: Giving during the Coronavirus
The Women’s Foundation of California offices will be closed for the duration of the shelter in place order. While mail will still be received, donations via our donation page, wire and stock transfer will be most appreciated.
You can learn more about how we are adapting and supporting our community through this time here.
As always, thank you for your generous support.
Donate by Mail
Our mailing address is:
Women’s Foundation of California
300 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza
Oakland, CA 94612
The Women’s Foundation of California is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Our Federal Tax ID is 94-2752421. Your gift is tax-deductible as provided by the Internal Revenue Service’s standards and regulations.
Donate via Venmo
Donating through Venmo is another convenient way to complete your donation, especially while we shelter in place.
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Join our Ruth McGuire Legacy Circle and play an important role in sustaining the Foundation for years to come through simple and tax-efficient estate planning. For any inquiries regarding planned giving, please contact Stephanie Green.
Gift of Property
Gifts of real estate offer significant tax advantages that can notably impact your estate. There are many options, whether you choose to make an outright gift or contribute partial interest to the Women’s Foundation of California. For any inquiries regarding property gifts, please contact Stephanie Green.
Retirement Account Required Mandatory Distribution
The 2015 Qualified Charitable Distribution rule has changed the laws about Retirement Account Distributions. Previously, at age 70.5, you were required to draw a minimum amount from any IRA (not Roth IRA) and employer-sponsored retirement plan holdings. Now, you can have all or part of this distribution transferred directly from your IRA to a qualified charity (such as the Women’s Foundation of California) – up to $100,000 per taxpayer, per year. While these contributions are not classified as a tax-deductible charitable gift, you will be spared paying income tax on this distribution. For more information, please contact Stephanie Green.
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