Cash gifts (or checks) are the most common form of giving. For information on giving to The Retreat call 631.329.4398 and ask for Kimberly Nichols, Director of Development. CLICK HERE TO DONATE NOW.
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Monthly gifts are especially important to The Retreat because it provides us with a steady and predictable source of income at a lower cost than other fundraising methods.
Many companies and foundations nationwide match employees’ gifts to charitable organizations such as The Retreat. You can multiply the value of your gift. Please check with your personnel office.
Your Will is a meaningful way to make a charitable gift to The Retreat. Through a bequest, you can designate a specific amount of money, or a percentage of your estate. It is a simple process that begins with contacting your attorney.
Memorials and Tributes
Gifts to The Retreat may be designated in-memory-of or in-honor-of a loved one, and can reflect the interested of the person being honored.
By naming The Retreat as a owner and beneficiary of a life insurance policy, you can take an immediate tax deduction for any accumulated cash value, and a future deduction for any subsequent premiums.
Gifts of Appreciated Security
Make a gift of appreciated long-term security and receive a tax deduction for the market value at the time of donation. For more information call 631.329.4398.
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For specific legal or tax advice, it is important that you consult your lawyer or tax professional.
The Retreat, Inc. is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. A copy of our latest annual report may be obtained, upon request from The Retreat at 13 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton, NY 11937 or from the New York State Attorney General’s Charities Bureau at 120 Broadway, 3rd Floor, NY, NY 10271. Registration does not imply endorsement, recommendation, or promotion by the state. Sponsorships are tax deductible less the fair market value. Please consult with your tax advisor for details.