There are many different options when it comes to giving back to Jacobs Camp. Take a look below to see how giving best fits for you.
Make a Pledge
If you would like to make a donation and pay it in installments, rather than a lump sum, you can do so by making a pledge. To be eligible for tax benefits for THIS year, make your contribution by December 31st. To make a pledge, or get more information, please contact Anna Herman.
Gifts in Kind
We welcome contributions of gifts in kind. Please contact Anna Herman.
Employer Matching Gifts
Many employers offer match programs for donations. Check with your human resources department to see how you can increase your support to Jacobs Camp.
Gifts of Stock
A charitable contribution of long-term appreciated securities (i.e. stocks, bonds and/or mutual funds) is one of the most tax-efficient of all ways to give. That is because there are multiple benefits to making a gift of this type. In addition to a charitable contribution tax deduction, you generally are able to avoid paying capital gains tax on the increase in value of the assets. It is best to consult with your tax advisor to understand the potential tax benefits related to stock gifts.
For more information about this type of gift, please contact Anna Herman.
To help ensure the long-term success of the camps, make Jacobs Camp part of your estate plan. We recommend speaking with your financial advisor to discuss what is optimal to meet your needs. For more information, please look at our Legacy Society page.
Amazon Wedding Registry
Help support Jacobs Camp by purchasing an item on our Amazon Wedding Registry. It’s a fun way to send water balloons, Silly String, footballs, and so much more for our campers to play with all summer long! It’s easy to find, too, search the Amazon Wedding Registry: Jacobs (first name) Camp (last name) is marrying Utica (first name) Mississippi (last name) on September 25, 2020. Anything we receive will be used during the summer, and will be greatly appreciated!
B’nai Mitzvah Projects
Many of our campers choose to make Jacobs Camp the beneficiary of their Bar/Bat Mitzvah projects. We are excited to offer ideas and support to our campers that choose to do so. We have examples of projects that have been done in the past, and are happy to share them with interested families. To start this process, or get more information, please contact Anna Herman.