Gifts of cash: Making a donation of cash is as simple as writing a check or authorizing a charge on your credit card. From your standpoint, it’s no fuss, no bother.
Please make checks payable to Daughters of St. Paul.
Gifts may be mailed to:
Daughters of St. Paul
50 St. Paul’s Ave.
Boston, MA 02130
Online with credit card or electronic check: To make a gift online, please see the Donate Online page.
Gifts of Stocks: A donation of your stock can be a reliable way for you to make a charitable contribution while realizing valuable tax benefits. A donor can reduce or eliminate capital gains taxes through a gift of appreciated securities. Please complete and mail or fax 617.524.8648 a “Letter of Intent” which includes your name, address, and phone number to make us aware of your intentions. We will then provide you with the necessary tax documentation and information you will need to provide to your broker in order to transfer the securities. If you have any questions, please call Sister Margaret Moran at 617.676.4415.
Memorials and Honorariums: Gifts to the Daughters of St. Paul may be made in memory of or in honor of someone. When making a gift of this type, please include the name of the deceased or the person you are honoring. You have the option of sending an e-card to an email address about this gift if you wish.
Planned Giving. Gift planning through vehicles such as wills, trusts and insurance policies gives you an opportunity to provide future support for the Daughters of St. Paul as well as provide yourself with opportunities for short and long term tax benefits. We encourage you to consult with your financial advisor, accountant or attorney about structuring your charitable giving in a way that best meets your philanthropic and financial goals. For more information click here.
If you have any questions or need assistance, you may contact our Treasurer’s Office 617-676- 4415); fax (617-524-8648); email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or mailing address: Daughters of St. Paul, Mission Advancement Office, 50 St. Paul's Ave., Boston, MA 02130.