When you make a gift to the Ursuline Sisters of Louisville, you support the Sisters and their ministries in a profound spirit of generosity with an immediate and lasting impact. Gifts to the Sisters can be designated for:
- Greatest Need
- Ministry Outreach
- Women Religious Archives Collaborative
Gifts in cash, checks or money orders in any amount offer immediate support to areas of greatest need and/or Ministry Fund. Please mail your gift to:
Donor Relations Office
Ursuline Sisters of Louisville
3105 Lexington Road, Louisville, KY 40206
Gifts can be charged to Visa, MasterCard or American Express made through PayPal, an on-line credit card service, offering immediate support to areas of greatest need and/or designated ministry. If you wish to make your donation in honor of, or in memory of, please use the note box on the page that follows your donation selection.
Businesses and individuals can offer time, talent and service to offset operational expenses.
Name the Ursuline Sisters of Louisville as the owner and/or beneficiary of a life insurance policy. If the policy has a cash value, you may take a charitable deduction equal to the cash value of the policy at the time you make the gift. Payment of the annual premium can also be considered a charitable deduction.
Memorial or Honorarium gifts can be made in memory of or in honor of a family member, classmate, Sister, faculty member, graduation class, anniversary year or anyone you choose to honor.
Making a deferred or planned gift to the Ursuline Sisters of Louisville can be a tax-smart way to support the Sisters’ mission and ministries. Gift commitments through a will or trust, for qualified retirement plans such as a 401(k) or IRA, RMD (Required Minimum Distribution), or life insurance, offer ways to assist the Ursuline Sisters of Louisville while lessening the tax burden on your estate and on your heirs.
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STOCK AND SECURITIES
Gifts of stock offer a two-fold tax advantage. First, you receive a tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock on the date the gift is given. Second, you avoid paying the high capital gains tax on the increase of value of your stock.