The people who give to Cancer Care Services and the people who volunteer - I can't even begin to say thank you enough for what they've done for my family, and for me.
Contribute to Cancer Care Services
For 74 years, Cancer Care Services has been continuously providing financial and emotional support services to cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors in our community.
We serve individuals of all ages, cancer types, and income levels.
Programs and services are provided to all residents of Tarrant County, for little or no cost.
Monthly Giving = Year Long Impact
The Hope Collective is a monthly giving club designed to combine individual, monthly donations in order to create a steady stream of income for Cancer Care Services programs.
This reinforces our ability to help each client, their caregivers, and their families –
January through December – to CONNECT, COPE, and THRIVE.
BE A HERO for community members affected by cancer – join the Hope Collective today!
We are fortunate to live in an area where many employers choose to support the charitable interests of their employees by providing matching gifts to eligible, charitable organizations to which their employees also make donations. A few of those companies are:
Alcon, American Airlines, AT&T, Bank of America, BNSF, Carmax, EOG Resources, ExxonMobil,
General Electric, GM Financial, JPMorgan Chase, Justin Brands, Lockheed Martin, Merrill Lynch, PepsiCo, Starbucks Foundation, Textron, Walmart, and Wells Fargo.
For assistance enrolling in your employer’s matching gift program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are age 70½ or older, IRS rules require you to take required minimum distributions (RMDs) each year from your tax-deferred retirement accounts. To eliminate or reduce the impact of RMD income, charitably inclined investors may want to consider making a qualified charitable distribution (QCD).
A QCD is a direct transfer of funds from an IRA custodian, payable to a qualified charity, as described in the QCD provision in the Internal Revenue Code. Amounts distributed as a QCD can be counted toward satisfying your RMD for the year, up to $100,000, and can also be excluded from your taxable income. For answers to specific questions about your personal accounts, please contact your financial advisor.
The Rules of QCDs
A QCD must adhere to the following requirements:
- You must be at least 70½ years old at the time you request a QCD. If you process a distribution prior to reaching age 70½, the distribution will be treated as taxable income.
- For a QCD to count toward your current year’s RMD, the funds must come out of your IRA by your RMD deadline, which is generally December 31 each year.
- Funds must be transferred directly from your IRA custodian to the qualified charity. This is accomplished by requesting your IRA custodian to issue a check from your IRA payable to the charity. You can then request that the check be mailed to the charity or forward the check to the charity yourself.Note: If a distribution check is made payable to you, the distribution would NOT qualify as a QCD and would be treated as taxable income.
For answers to specific questions about your personal accounts, please contact your financial advisor.
Cancer Care Services recognizes that donors want to be well informed when choosing the charities they support. Our organization seeks to serve everyone impacted by cancer in Tarrant County. Our programs provide financial assistance for cancer patients who meet income guidelines, physical and mental support for all clients regardless of income and a unique array of services for caregivers of all ages. We are happy to answer any questions about how your donation can make an impact. Please contact:
Laura Misuk, Grant Manager | 817-921-0653 | email@example.com