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Types of Assets

You may easily create a charitable fund at the Foundation by donating any of these assets:

  • Bonds
  • Business interests (non-publicly traded or closely held stock; partnership interests, etc.)
  • Cash (cash, credit card or electronic funds transfer)
  • Estate assets
  • Life insurance policies
  • Mutual fund shares
  • Oil and gas, mineral or timber rights
  • Private securities
  • Publicly traded securities
  • Real property
  • Retirement assets (IRA, retirement plans, etc.)
  • Tangible personal property
  • Trust assets

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“The Austin Community Foundation is such a wonderful vehicle. I am putting land in the hands of people who really need it [local nonprofits] yet I was able to make the entire deduction several years ago.”

Dick Rathgeber

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