Ways to donate to Knights of Columbus Charities of Georgia, Inc.

The Knights of Columbus Charities of Georgia, Inc. requests your support of the below listed Georgia wide charitable projects. These projects directly reflect the State's and the Order's on-going commitment to support community, family, pro-life, and youth programs.

 Donations are tax-deductible. All donations are administered by Knights of Columbus Charities of Georgia, Inc.,

a 501(c)(3) organization established by the Georgia State Council to provide fiduciary oversight of funds donated in support of established Knights of Columbus charitable programs within the state of Georgia.

 

Donate Online

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 To help make it more convenient for you to donate to Knights of Columbus Charities, of Georgia, Inc, we have instituted an electronic payment option. This offers you the opportunity to make automatic financial contributions from your bank account or credit card to Knights of Columbus Charities of Georgia, Inc..

 

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Check Donations:

 Make the check payable:

Knights of Columbus
Charities of Georgia, Inc.
1696 Fox Hollow Drive
Lilburn, GA. 30047

Estate Planning

 Planned giving helps donors to contribute to a specific charity such as the Knights of Columbus Charities of Georgia, Inc. and simultaneously gives more of their assets to their family than would otherwise be possible. Any Questions, Please click the Contact Us Link Below

Stocks, Bonds, and Securities

 Make a donation to the Knights of Columbus Charities of Georgia, Inc. using appreciated stock, bonds, or mutual fund shares instead of a cash donation. A gift of appreciated securities provides increased tax benefits to you. The benefits of gifting securities that you have owned for more than one year or have inherited are twofold: you are able to take a tax deduction for the current full market value of the securities and you avoid capital gains tax that is incurred when you sell a security. Any Questions, Please click the Contact Us Link Below

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