What charity are you donating to this Christmas season?

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manatee2005 wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 9:15 pm I have Habitat For Humanity, Wounded Warriors, Feeding America. Where else are Bogleheads donating?
Local food bank. I think this is going to be a tough Christmas for a lot of people.
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I usually give to

Two alma maters
A local children’s hospital
An education focused foundation that supports some causes I feel passionately about
Assorted wildlife - related charities
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I plan to give more this year because I will itemize for 2020.

Sorting my priorities is difficult - the needs are great, and do small(er) amounts significantly add to an organizations viability and service? I can but try. Several of these are agencies I've never given to before. I have tried to identify local agencies assisting with housing and don't feel I have a good candidate.

So
Food bank & MSF
Black Women Build (Baltimore), Volunteers of America (local), International assistance program (food and development agencies)
A program paying local farmers for their produce and giving it to those in need (win-win)
Donors Choose
Voting projects
Tree planting project (local)
2 public radio stations
NYC mentoring project (iMentor)
Memorial gifts to a women's scholarship program
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We just paid the phone bill for the entire year for our family phone plan (11 lines on the plan), does that count? Giving to random charities that may or may not be horribly inefficient at using my resources for good doesn't give me the "warm and fuzzies"; we choose to pay bills of people we actually know.
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Thanks I thought I had read it doubled for MFJ. Either way I guess it’s a bit of an incentive
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Newfoundland Charitable Trust
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There will be the usual
Save the Children
Doctors w/o Borders
Int. Rescue Committee
Bronx Zoo

but more will go to local food banks
plus one that I have a long connection with


The Sempeviren's Club.

Whenever I went to San Francisco (every few years)
I always ran to Big Basin State Park for a day or two
in the Redwoods. When I lived in San Fran, it was my
secret "hideaway".

This past summer most of the park was engulfed with fire.
The old growth redwoods did survive, and will probably prosper,
but much work has to be done.

Sempiviren's Club is most closely connected with preserving
and now restoring this park. I hope to go back in a year or so
and at least part of it hike-able again.

I was in grad school when I began contributing to Semperviren's
and also Save the Redwoods League.

https://sempervirens.org/about-us/our-history/
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I no longer give to any national charities. My cash contributions go strictly to two local charities, a mens shelter and the equivalent on the womens side. Too many funky situations with national charities, particularly the ones that pay outrageous executive salaries.
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NAACP legal defense fund
ACLU
local food orgs
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Rob5TCP wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 4:21 pm There will be the usual
Save the Children
Doctors w/o Borders
Int. Rescue Committee
Bronx Zoo

but more will go to local food banks
plus one that I have a long connection with


The Sempeviren's Club.

Whenever I went to San Francisco (every few years)
I always ran to Big Basin State Park for a day or two
in the Redwoods. When I lived in San Fran, it was my
secret "hideaway".

This past summer most of the park was engulfed with fire.
The old growth redwoods did survive, and will probably prosper,
but much work has to be done.

Sempiviren's Club is most closely connected with preserving
and now restoring this park. I hope to go back in a year or so
and at least part of it hike-able again.

I was in grad school when I began contributing to Semperviren's
and also Save the Redwoods League.

https://sempervirens.org/about-us/our-history/
This is cool, redwoods are amazing.
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chuckb84 wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 11:44 am
manatee2005 wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 9:15 pm I have Habitat For Humanity, Wounded Warriors, Feeding America. Where else are Bogleheads donating?
Local food bank. I think this is going to be a tough Christmas for a lot of people.
I agree. Even though I have 2 tuitions to pay for I feel obliged to do more this year because my investments have done well while others have been out of a job for most of the year.
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We give locally to a woman and children's shelter, animal shelter, and food bank. But we don't wait until Christmas - we give thru the year as many of these orgs can't wait for the big holiday giving drives.
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Arabesque wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 9:48 am The highly rated Fistula Foundation

https://fistulafoundation.org/
Thank you Arabesque for reminding me of this fine organization. Somehow it slipped off my radar.

Stay safe - Evelyn
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Girl Scouts Alumnae pajama and book drive for homeless kids in Central Florida
SOZO Kids of the Ocala National Forest
SUmter County Sheriff’s Office - Kids, Cops & Christmas- a Sumter County Sheriff Deputy takes a child to Walmart and spends $50 for items the child selects. I like this since it is very personal and could give a child a lifelong memory of the kindness of police officers.
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Local food bank, PVA.
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Regional food bank
Planned Parenthood
Partners in Health
Local animal shelter
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One Simple Wish (for children in foster care and adults who transitioned out)
Two local homeless shelters
Food bank
Animal shelters
Several wildlife/nature conservation charities
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I've given to a number of charities this year but the two largest donations went to the local Humane Society and a community food bank. Charities I gave to include hometown, regional, national, and international charities.
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By the way, various charities are in trouble due to lack of fund raising events due to covid. This is certainly hitting small local ones, so they can use extra help.
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Gill wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 11:01 am None, because it is much more beneficial from a tax standpoint to make those gifts through QCD's in early January. I have already told two charities to expect a check then.
Gill
I actually donate quarterly, so the places have a steady income, at least from me, and will continue to do so, but I'm curious as to why earlier in the year is better from a tax stand point?
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I want to help the most with the money I have and I am reason and evidence driven, so it will go to Effective Altruism movement, e.g. to GiveWell charities and my local branch of it.
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Carson wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 8:43 am Just a PSA, even if you don't itemize, you can add a deduction of up to $300 ($600 MFJ) in 2020 for charitable contributions

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/how-the-ca ... tributions
Thanks for posting - I was unaware of this!
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oldfatguy wrote: Mon Nov 23, 2020 9:07 am
Carson wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 8:43 am Just a PSA, even if you don't itemize, you can add a deduction of up to $300 ($600 MFJ) in 2020 for charitable contributions

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/how-the-ca ... tributions
Thanks for posting - I was unaware of this!

Here we go again....not so fast on the $600 MFJ.
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Swimmer wrote: Mon Nov 23, 2020 9:15 am
oldfatguy wrote: Mon Nov 23, 2020 9:07 am
Carson wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 8:43 am Just a PSA, even if you don't itemize, you can add a deduction of up to $300 ($600 MFJ) in 2020 for charitable contributions

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/how-the-ca ... tributions
Thanks for posting - I was unaware of this!

Here we go again....not so fast on the $600 MFJ.
I am not married, so I wasn't responding to that part.
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egrets wrote: Mon Nov 23, 2020 8:46 am
Gill wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 11:01 am None, because it is much more beneficial from a tax standpoint to make those gifts through QCD's in early January. I have already told two charities to expect a check then.
Gill
I actually donate quarterly, so the places have a steady income, at least from me, and will continue to do so, but I'm curious as to why earlier in the year is better from a tax stand point?
I should have explained better. The gifts I am making are 2020 gifts postponed to 2021 because I am assuming RMD’s will return in 2021 and therefore it will be advantageous for me to make QCD gifts next year rather than now.
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Salvation Army Red Kettle monthly donation. Food and shelter.
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I donate to organizations devoted to free thought and the separation of church and state.
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manatee2005 wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 9:15 pm I have Habitat For Humanity, Wounded Warriors, Feeding America. Where else are Bogleheads donating?
For December, we will be donating to a local services agency. They run a food bank, along with clothing and furniture for the needy. In addition, they provide gifts for children whose families can't. A good bunch of people.

We'll likely also donate to a few other groups at the end of the month.
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I just donated to the local food bank, the local homeless shelter, and local meals on wheels.
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Swimmer wrote: Mon Nov 23, 2020 9:15 am
oldfatguy wrote: Mon Nov 23, 2020 9:07 am
Carson wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 8:43 am Just a PSA, even if you don't itemize, you can add a deduction of up to $300 ($600 MFJ) in 2020 for charitable contributions

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/how-the-ca ... tributions
Thanks for posting - I was unaware of this!

Here we go again....not so fast on the $600 MFJ.
Why not so fast on $600 MFJ? If the husband donates $300 and wife donates $300, can't they deduct $600?
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Will be loading up my DAF again this December.

Outgoing funds will go to:

Samaritan's Purse
Feeding America
Trout Unlimited
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers
Organization for Autism Research
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I consistently grant to the following charities through my DAF.

Feeding San Diego
Feeding America
Direct Relief
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stoptothink wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 11:59 am We just paid the phone bill for the entire year for our family phone plan (11 lines on the plan), does that count? Giving to random charities that may or may not be horribly inefficient at using my resources for good doesn't give me the "warm and fuzzies"; we choose to pay bills of people we actually know.
Well, charity does begin at home.

I think Charity Navigator does a good job of presenting pertinent information that helps a donor make a choice of what charities to support.

Though, small local charities fly under the reporting radar, and shouldn't be eliminated just because they don't appear on the Charity Navigator reporting site.

None of our family members have been infected with covid19, and no unemployment has been suffered by anyone, either. We certainly have a lot to be thankful for this year, avoiding issues that devastated so many others.

The needs of our community are great, more so this year than usual. All charity donations this year will remain in our area. Sorry alma mater, nothing for you this year!

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Harborview Medical Center Trauma Fund. This in the only Level 1 trauma center for Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Idaho and Montana (WWAMI states). The children's hospitals and cancer centers tend to have a much easier time fundraising.
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This is a great thread. I won't get into the details, but I basically lost faith in my main charity that I've always given to this time of year. I have two charities that I give to monthly, throughout the year (my mom's church... which I suppose is mine by default. They do a lot of good work to help the poor in the community) and a charity called Unbound.

I like the idea of giving to the local food bank and I might do that. I want to give back to my community. I don't have a lot to give, I am on a pretty tight budget myself these days. But I like to give a little around the holidays in the spirit of the season.
manatee2005 wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 1:44 am
CZjc1330 wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 12:44 am Smile Train, Wounded Warriors, St Jude & Shriners.

I used to give a chunk to my Alma Mater. But no longer for today's version is so very different to my school days. 120% different in the academic environment, curricula, mindset, etc. that I just can't support.
Very disappointed.
I get letters from my alma mater all the time, but I feel my tuition was donation enough hehehe
Here's a story for you. My now ex-husband and I went to the same university. I graduated, he left to join the military. Before we first married, he had all kinds of unpaid debt. I didn't know this until after I married him and he deployed a few weeks later (military) leaving me in charge of the bills. We had a lot of money from wedding gifts, so I used some of that money to pay off the debt.

One of the places he owed money to was our shared alma mater. The balance due wasn't too large so I paid them off with one check and thought that was that. A month later they sent me a letter saying he (we) owed them a few cents still and this was the last notice before they were sending things to collections. I called because I thought I paid off the whole bill and wanted to straighten things out. The idea of collections scared me.

What shocked me was the rude and condescending way they treated me on the phone. I was just trying to fix things and pay them the money he (we) owed in good faith. Basically, in the time it took for their letter to get to me and my check to get to them, a few cents of interest accumulated. They were so awful to me that I used my credit card, over the phone and gave them either $5 or $10 (I can't remember exactly but it was a small dollar amount/the minimum I could charge) to cover the few cents and any more interest. I also told them that was the only donation they would ever get from me as I was an alumni and I didn't appreciate how they treated me on the phone when I wasn't the debtor and I was trying, in good faith, to make things right by them.

They send me letters asking for money all the time. I won't give to them. I refuse.
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The local food bank. Food shortages was a primary reason for my ancestors moving here. There is no reason for hunger to exist in this country but it does.

I don’t give to my alma mata when they freely have other agendas rather than the primary one which is to educate broadly, not narrowly.
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EvelynTroy wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 8:01 pm
Arabesque wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 9:48 am The highly rated Fistula Foundation

https://fistulafoundation.org/
Thank you Arabesque for reminding me of this fine organization. Somehow it slipped off my radar.

Stay safe - Evelyn
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Local food banks
Local animal shelters
Local women's shelter
Local performing arts organisations (really hurting due to Covid)
Local museums

Camfed (supports education for girls in Africa)
https://camfed.org

The Movement Voter Project (vets, mentors, and funds grassroots voter registration and mobilization with a focus on young people and people of color).
https://movement.vote

The Nation (magazine)

Go Fund Me campaign for Pebble and Fern, a wonderful, small, women-owned organic farmstead in Nova Scotia, that just suffered a terrible fire at home/business:
https://www.gofundme.com/f/5bbsa4-fire- ... e-amp-fern
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I give to multiple organizations over the year, almost every month needy and worthwhile organizations.....all with needs and all which I can vouch for.
For your purpose, this list is to whom I donate in November and December and January only

Five university foundations: (where my children went to college, where I went to college, supporting public television, and to support 2 local university performing arts)
United Way (specifically for Success By Six kindergarten reading assistance)
Catholic Charities food bank
The Salvation Army
Christmas basket fund through local newspaper
Rotary Foundation
Local Symphony
Council On Domestic Abuse (CODA)
Girl Scouts
Boy Scouts
USMCR Toys For Tots
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Our local church, a local/regional food bank, an in-town food/shelter agency, Convoy of Hope, Samaritan’s Purse, a Honduran farm school, and occasional things that come up for causes inspired by friends and family.
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The Human Fund
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Local coffee shop is doing a fundraiser for needy families in the area. I gave my $125 meijer gift card from work to their cause.
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Elevate Youth, a nonprofit I helped launch.

That being said, here are some others worth exploring:
DonorsChoose
GiveDirectly
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fishnhunt wrote: Tue Nov 24, 2020 8:11 am The Human Fund
"Money for People"

(I was waiting for someone to post that "charity" :D )
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Nothing special for Christmas but trying to spend down some of my portfolio increase to help others. Mostly food banks and United Way, plus the usual giving to Doc without Borders, Oxfam, Care.... I am feeling guilty with my portfolio doing so well while others are suffering. Was happy to find PayPal Giving which enables anonymous giving. Otherwise a large donation makes me a big target.
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My primary charity for several years has been my local food bank. I remember the old slogan - "Think globally, act locally." (Does anyone use that slogan any more?) There is such a shocking amount of hunger and poverty in a 10 mile radius of where I live that I don't see the point of giving to national charities.

I refuse to give money to my alma maters. They have millions (maybe even billions?) that as far as I can tell, they are mismanaging.
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Northster wrote: Tue Nov 24, 2020 9:00 am Otherwise a large donation makes me a big target.
Curious but...a big target for whom?
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Convoy of Hope
Local women's center
Compassion International
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