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Ways to Give

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PSC Partners plays an important role for those in the world of primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC). We welcome and appreciate donations of any amount to support our programs. Except for our annual conference, all of our educational and support programs are offered free of charge to everyone. We’re driven to find effective treatments and a cure for PSC, and your gift will bring us closer to our goal.

If you have any questions about contributing, workplace giving, gifts of stock or planned gifts, please call us at (303) 771-5227, or send an email to contactus@pscpartners.org.

Together, we will find a cure!

Make a One-Time or Recurring Gift

To make your tax-deductible donation by credit card, you may give securely by clicking here.

If you prefer to donate by check, please mail your donation to:

PSC Partners Seeking a Cure,6900 E. Belleview Ave. Suite 202, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

If your gift is in honor or memory of someone and you would like us to notify them or their family, please include a note with their mailing address or email address.

Donor Advised Funds

A donor advised fund (DAF) is a type of giving program administered by a third party that provides you with the flexibility and most favorable tax benefits to easily support your favorite charities. DAFs are designed to manage charitable donations on behalf of an organization, family or individual and are becoming increasingly popular. They are an excellent way to simplify your charitable giving and facilitate your strategic philanthropic goals. You will receive a tax deduction when you make a contribution of cash, stock and other assets to your donor advised fund and, at a later time, you can grant specified amounts to the charities of your choice. Read our blog post to learn more about the benefits and how they work.

Workplace Giving and Combined Federal Campaign

Donating by payroll contribution is a great way to participate in your company’s workplace giving program! Ask your Human Resources representative how to enroll, or send them our way so we can answer any questions.

We participate in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and our CFC code is 79370.

United Way: Write in “PSC Partners Seeking a Cure” and our address: 6900 E Belleview Ave Ste 202, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Matching Gifts

Many companies match employee gifts to charitable organizations and/or volunteer time. If your place of work matches charitable donations, don’t forget to tell them about your gift to PSC Partners. This is a terrific way to multiply the impact of your donation!

Stock Donations

Appreciated stocks can be gifted to PSC Partners Seeking a Cure. Please instruct your broker to use the following information for the securities you wish to donate:

Charles Schwab, DTC #0164, For credit to: PSC Partners Seeking a Cure Charles Schwab 7110-4814

Please send us a note to contactus@pscpartners.org informing us of your donation.

To contact Charles Schwab directly, call 800 435-4000, 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.

For transfer of stock from a current Charles Schwab account, simply submit a letter of authorization.

Please consult your financial advisor before making contributions of securities.

Charitable IRA Rollover Gifts

Funds can be transferred directly to PSC Partners Seeking a Cure from a traditional or Roth IRA, avoiding the tax implications of an income distribution and having an immediate impact on people living with PSC. Ask your financial advisor how to make a charitable distribution or contact us to learn more.

How It Works

If you are 70-1/2 or older, you may transfer up to $100,000 per year directly from your traditional IRA to a qualified charity, like PSC Partners. If your spouse has a separate IRA, he or she is also eligible to make a charitable IRA rollover gift. The amount of the transfer will not be included in your taxable income, and the transferred amount counts toward the IRA’s required minimum distribution.

Talk to your financial advisor to determine whether a charitable IRA rollover is the right option for you. Contact us for the information your custodian will need.

AmazonSmile

Your online shopping can earn donations toward better treatments and a cure for PSC!

Shop AmazonSmile

PSC Partners is a registered charity with AmazonSmile, Amazon’s give-back program for nonprofits. Every eligible purchase results in a donation when you select PSC Partners Seeking a Cure as your designated cause!

Invite your family members, friends and colleagues to use AmazonSmile, and help support PSC Partners!

Legacy and Planned Giving

Consider leaving a legacy in the search for a cure. A legacy gift shows your belief in the mission of PSC Partners and your desire to accomplish something special in the lives of those battling PSC. You can designate PSC Partners as a beneficiary in your will, trust or estate plan. Gifts like these are incredibly important to the future of PSC Partners – charitable bequests of any amount help ensure the sustainability of our organization and programs well into the future. 

Your planned gift can be made by naming PSC Partners Seeking a Cure as a beneficiary in your will, of your retirement plan or of a life insurance policy. Please consult with your estate attorney or financial advisor to determine if a planned gift is right for you. Your professional advisor can help you explore the possibilities and identify ways to maximize the financial and tax benefits of an estate gift.

Vehicle Donation

Support our mission by donating your old or new vehicle to PSC Partners! Unwanted vehicles including cars, trucks, motorcycles, RVs, boats, airplanes, heavy equipment, farm machinery, (running or not) are all eligible for donation. The process is easy, and they’ll come pick up the vehicle for you! (Some restrictions apply.) For details and to donate, click here.


Thank you to all those who support us in our search for a cure for PSC. 
We’re together in the fight, whatever it takes!

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