Donations with Giving What We Can in the US are tax-deductible for US donors and subject to US tax laws.
Giving What We Can members can automatically track donations made with Giving What We Can to their pledge without needing to report them separately.
You can increase the impact of your donations by using tax-effective giving options. This ensures that a greater portion of your contribution supports high-impact programs. We recommend that you consult with your tax advisor or the IRS for personalized advice specific to your situation.
When you donate through Giving What We Can, your contribution may be tax-deductible, reducing your taxable income. If you itemize deductions on your federal income tax return, you can typically deduct charitable contributions to qualified organizations like Giving What We Can. To make the most of this:
Please consult with a tax professional or visit the IRS website for more information on charitable tax deductions.
Many employers offer matching gift programs that can double or even triple the impact of your donation. Here's how you can take advantage of this opportunity:
Donating appreciated stocks, bonds, or mutual funds to Giving What We Can is another tax-effective way to give. This method can allow you to avoid capital gains tax while still receiving a tax deduction for the full market value of the securities.
For guidance on how to donate stocks and securities, please contact us.
Leaving a bequest to Giving What We Can is a meaningful way to ensure your legacy aligns with your values of effective giving. By including Giving What We Can in your estate planning, you may also receive estate tax benefits.
Funds / Organisations you select will show up here