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Ways of Giving to SCI Foundation

For more information on ways you can support SCI Foundation,please contact SCI Foundation Development Office at 520-620-1220 Ext. 322.

Thank you for making a difference!

Safari Club International Foundation welcomes each and every charitable contribution. Your generous support will continue to fund the important mission work of the Foundation in the areas of Worldwide Conservation, Outdoor Education, Humanitarian Service, and the International Wildlife Museum.

Safari Club International Foundation is a registered 501 (c) 3 Charitable organization and can provide donors with a charitable tax deduction for gifts received. Here are some ways that you can make a difference in supporting Safari Club International Foundation:

cash gift buttonA cash gift can be made at any time of the year. Simply contact the Development Office at 520-620-1220 to make your gift, or take a moment right now tofill out the online form available onthis website.

Participate in the Lion & Shield Society.SCI Foundation's Giving Societies provide special recognition to donors for their annual and lifetime giving. Donors are recognized at many different levels for both operational gifts and gifts restricted to the First for Wildlife Endowment.Click here to learn more.

Checks made payable to "Safari Club International Foundation" can be mailed to: SCI Foundation, 4800 West Gates Pass Road, Tucson, Arizona 85745

endow gift buttonThe Hunter Legacy 100 Fund was established to create a permanent endowment with the earned income supporting the mission programs of SCI Foundation. The HLF 100 Fund is made up of 100 donors, each contributing $100,000 to create a $10 million endowment. Learn more about the Hunter Legacy Fund.

The First For Wildlife Endowment gives supporters of SCI Foundation a new option for giving. Donations to this endowment will ensure the future of SCI Foundation's mission and your charitable intent in supporting that mission in perpetuity. In addition to cash gifts, donors may consider making a provision for the Foundation in their estate plans.Deferred gifts may include: Bequests; Charitable Lead or Remainder Trusts; real estate or personal property.

SCI Chapters can also support the First for Wildlife Endowment through the Chapter Challenge. Click here to learn more about the Chapter Challenge and download your pledge form.

legacy gift buttonSCI Foundation gratefully accepts gifts through a Will, Charitable Remainder Trust, Donor Directed Fund, Stocks, Real Property, or Life Insurance. Legacy Gifts can be directed to a specific mission program or left to the Foundation as an unrestricted gift. Please see the comparison chart below or print the chart.

For further information and to discuss your gift, please contact SCI Foundation Development Office at 520-620-1220 Ext. 322.

Ways of Giving

Suggested Assets for Funding

Method of Effecting Gift

Disposition of Income

Taxation of Income

Benefit to Donor

Outright Gift

Cash, stocks, bonds, real estate, tangible personal property (gift-in-kind).

Donor transfers assets to charity.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

Tax deduction based on value or gift;avoidance of tax on capital gains.

Pledge

Gift made over one or multiple years.

Written agreement with charity.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

No tax deduction until gift is made.

Matching Corporate Gift

Any negotiable gift such as cash, stocks, bonds.

Send in company's matching gift form with your gift.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

Tax deduction of individual gift.

Bequest

Cash, stocks, bonds, real estate, tangible personal property (gift-in-kind).

Donor provides in will to transfer of assets to charity.

Not applicable.

Not applicable.

Distribution of estate as intended by donor; avoidance of estate and inheritance taxes.

Charitable Lead Trust

Cash, stocks, bonds, revenue producing real estate.

Donor and trustee enter into written agreement. Donor transfers assets to trustee.

Income paid to charity for term of trust.

No taxation of income.

Trust income not taxed to donor; possible estate and gift tax savings.

Charitable Gift Annuity

Cash, stocks.

Donor and charity enter into contract agreement.

Fixed income
based on age(s) of income recipients for lifetime(s).

Based on age of donor. Partially untaxed based on actuarial date. Capital gains also taxed on actuarial life of donor.

Secure income; partially untaxed; tax deduction based on age.

Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust

Cash, stocks, bonds.

Donor and trustee enter into written trust agreement. Donor transfers assets to trustee.

Fixed income (based on initial value of trust assets) paid to donor and/or beneficiary (ies) for life or for a period not to exceed 20 years.

Beneficiary taxed on income received (may include ordinary income or capital gain).

Income tax deduction based on value of assets transferred to trustee; avoidance of tax on capital gains; estate tax deduction.

Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Cash, stocks, bonds, real estate.

Donor and trustee enter into written agreement. Donor transfers assets to trustee.

Variable income (based on annual valye or trust assets) paid to donor and/or beneficiary (ies) for life or for a period not to exceed 20 years.

Beneficiary taxed on income received (may include ordinary income or capital gain).

Income tax deduction based on value of assets transferred to trustee; avoidance of tax on capital gains; estate tax deduction.

Revocable Trust

All types of property.

Donor and trustee enter into written agreement. Donor transfers assets to trustee.

Net income paid to donor and/or other beneficiary (ies) for life.

Beneficiary taxed on income received (may include ordinary income or capital Gain.)

Principal available to donor upon demand; estate tax deduction.