Ways to Give



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A DAF is a personal charitable giving account designed to support the causes and organizations you care about.



Stocks: Consider donating a gift of stock or appreciated securities. Generally, if your assets have appreciated in value, it's best to contribute the securities directly to GLAAD, as you avoid paying capital gains on the appreciation.

Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA): In return for your gift of cash or stock, you (or a loved one) will receive a fixed amount every year for the rest of your life at very attractive rates. Plus, you may be eligibile for a tax deduction in the year you make the gift.

Please contact Thai Pham at tpham@glaad.org and advise them of the name of the broker who will handle the transaction, name of the stock, and number of shares.

Americans 72 years old or older can make tax-free donations from their traditional or Roth IRA. It's a smart way to maximize the amount you contribute without paying income taxes on the gift and satisfying all (or part) of the minimum distribution requirements for the year. GLAAD EIN #:133384027

If you would like to learn more about leaving a legacy gift to GLAAD, please contact our Deputy Chief Development Officer, Thai Pham, at tpham@glaad.org.

Corporate Partners provide year-round support for our LGBTQ media and advocacy programs. Learn more about corporate partnership and sponsorship opportunities from John McCourt or Melissa Harris at partnerships@glaad.org.

Donate By Mail:

Please make checks payable to GLAAD:
GLAAD
FILE 2334
1801 W. OLYMPIC BLVD.
LOS ANGELES, CA 90006-9968

Donate By Phone:

Name: Justin Rosado
Call: (646) 871-8022

Name: Justin Rosado
Email: donorservices@glaad.org
Phone Number: (646) 871-8022
Mailing Address: 104 W 29th St #4, New York, NY 10001



Did you Know that you can help fight for the rights of our LGBTQ community while also saving on taxes?

The CARES Act, signed into law last March, included several provisions that incentivize charitable giving in ways that decrease your tax liability.

  • If you don't itemize (or are unsure of your tax plans), you can still deduct up to $300 of your charitable donations for 2021.
  • If you do plan to itemize, you can now deduct donations equaling your entire adjusted gross income to 501(c)3 public charities like GLAAD.