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donor-advised funds

You can ensure that no one has to cope with cancer alone by giving through a Donor-Advised Fund (DAF). A DAF is a charitable giving vehicle that allows donors to contribute, receive an immediate tax deduction, and recommend grants to their favorite charitable organizations – like Cancer Care Services! How to give through a Donor-Advised Fund:
  1. Recommend a grant
  2. Set up recurring grants
  3. Name Cancer Care Services as the beneficiary of your DAF
If you would like to set up a DAF, you may contact AYCO Charitable FoundationThe Catholic Foundation, the Communities Foundation of Texas, FidelityVanguard Charitable, or any other fiscal partner to get started. For answers to specific questions about your personal accounts, please contact your financial advisor. For more information or to let us know you have contributed through your Donor-Advised Fund, please contact Deanna Stuart, Vice President of Philanthropy, at Deanna@CancerCareServices.org. Because of you, individuals impacted by cancer receive financial, emotional, and educational resources at no cost to the client.

There are so many that need help, and we are glad you are ready. We need your support to help people LIVE with cancer.

Keep the care coming. Give today.

other ways to give

There are so many different ways to help bring hope to those who need it. Here are a few other ways you can help:

gift
planning

gift
planning

Planned gifts ensure that Cancer Care Services will continue to help clients for generations to come.

matching gifts

matching gifts

Our remarkably generous community houses many employers who will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. You could double your impact today!

monthly giving

monthly giving

You can be the building block to provide a strong foundation for our neighbors impacted by cancer.

giving society

giving society

The ability to plan ahead is invaluable – in many ways. Maximize the impact of your contribution by planning for it – and Cancer Care Services will do the same.

wealth transfers

wealth transfers

Want to help those impacted by cancer and potentially receive a tax benefit? You can make a Qualified Charitable Distribution or give a gift of stock.