Monetary Gifts (Make a Donation)
Made by check or credit card.
Securities and Real Estate
Gifts of appreciated property, such as securities or real estate, can provide even greater tax benefits to you than an equivalent gift in cash, especially when the appreciated property has been held for more than one year.
Tangible Personal Property
When you donate a gift of tangible personal property — such as works of art, rare books, or other items of value — you are generally entitled to a charitable tax deduction.
Your donation's value can double if your employer has a matching gift program in place, where an organization will often match dollar for dollar the donation you make to MetroHealth. If your employer has a matching gift program in place, you can often obtain a form from your Human Resources Department to indicate you have supported MetroHealth.
How to Make a Donation
Contact Kate Brown, Vice President, Foundation and System Philanthropy, at 216-778-7509 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about any of the gift types described above.