Benefactor’s Program – Monthly Giving Made Easy
By joining the 100 Benefactor Program you can support the 100 through monthly or quarterly contributions. 100 Benefactor donations can be automatically withdrawn from checking or credit card accounts. This is a simple and cost-effective way to contribute because it reduces administrative costs, allowing more of your dollars to go directly to 100 programmatic initiatives.
Friends of the 100
Your annual membership contribution to Friends of the 100 supports the 100’s operating budget. A distinctive benefit of membership is having access to news about the 100 Black Men of Jacksonville’s programs, resources, events and services.
100 Partners Circle
The 100 Partner’s Circle was established to recognize individuals who have remembered 100 Black Men of Jacksonville, Inc. in their wills or through other types of planned giving. This type of critical support for the agency’s work will help ensure the 100’s future.
If you have held a security for longer than a year, your gift qualifies as a charitable deduction. Contributing stock is one of the few ways a donor can avoid the significant bite of capital gains tax. The process is easy whether done electronically or though the mail. If you would like to make such a donation, please contact Ken Pinnix at: email@example.com
Matching gift programs are an excellent way to increase the value of your individual donation, at no cost to you! Often, employers will match employee donations to charitable organizations on a one-to-one (or more) basis. Check with your employer to see if your workplace has a matching gift program in place. If so, be sure to send in any necessary forms to 100 Black Men of Jacksonville, Inc. when making a donation and we will contact your workplace to obtain the matching gift. If you have any questions about matching gift programs and how to include the 100 in your company’s list of beneficiary agencies, contact us today.
In Kind Donation
You may contribute items , such as tickets to sporting events that can be shared with Mentors and would also be tax deductible.