Short-eared Owl.
Short-eared Owl.
Giving

Gifts of Appreciated Stock, Bonds, or Mutual Funds

Your gift of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds will help birds and other wildlife, with significant economic benefits for you.
Short-eared Owl. Photo: Boe Baty/Audubon Photography Awards
Short-eared Owl. Photo: Boe Baty/Audubon Photography Awards
Giving

Gifts of Appreciated Stock, Bonds, or Mutual Funds

Your gift of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds will help birds and other wildlife, with significant economic benefits for you.

In addition to making a difference for birds, a gift of appreciated securities offers you significant benefits. These include an immediate charitable deduction for the full market value of the stock and avoidance of capital gains taxes that would normally be due upon sale.

To learn more, download our stock transfer form, or contact Marc Scollo at mscollo@audubon.org. Be sure to designate Audubon Rockies in the "Audubon Program(s) Donor Supports" field to ensure your dollars stay in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah.

The National Audubon Society is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Our federal tax ID number is 13-1624102.

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