Methods of Giving
Please Speak to your tax advisor to understand how your contribution can benefit you .
Please call us at 609-451-3522 if you have any further questions.

Credit Card:
Donations using Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express can be made via our secure website at: www.ChabadMedford.org/Donate or by calling us at: 609-451-3522
Check:
Checks payable to: 
Chabad in Medford
74 South Main Street
Medford, NJ 08055
Auto Donation:
If you are planning to purchase a new vehicle in the next few months donating it to Chabad can bring you a greater value on your tax return. Your tax donation value would be evaluated based on 
www.KBB.com  while selling it on the open market may bring you 30-40% of that value.

Real Estate Donation:
You may have real estate that has depreciated in value. You might be able to get the full appraised value for that real estate even if you couldn't sell it for that amount. 

Appreciated Stock:
Due to the shifts in the market over the past year you may have appreciated stock. Donating (transferring) the appreciated stock directly to Chabad helps you avoid capital gains tax while getting you a donation credit at 100% of the stock value.
Matching Grants:
If you work for a large corporation your contribution may be matched by your employer. Our social service programs qualify Chabad for these donation matches.
Will Bequest:
Leave a lasting legacy that will perpetuate Jewish continuity. Include a bequest in your Will to Chabad in Medford. For information on bequests and planned giving options please contact us. 
IRA Qualifying Charitable Distribution
If you are 70 1/2 or older, you can directly transfer up to $100,000 per year to a qualified charitable cause. The transfer counts toward your minimum required distribution and you do not have to pay federal income tax on it. Click here for more information


The Real Value:
The real value of your contribution is above and beyond the cash value as your dollars are directed to helping us achieve our mission to inspire every person regardless of affiliation or background and to provide opportunities for education and Jewish experience.