Business not doing well?

Opportunities to continue supporting the causes and charities you love

2 ways to keep giving

If this year has been tough on your business, you might be praying for a way to honor your giving commitments and continue being generous. Your plans may have gone awry with the economic hit, but you know that charities need help more than ever.

Transfer your business to your heirs or employees

Integrating charitable giving into your business succession plan can further your generosity goals while increasing tax efficiency to benefit your giving and family.

Transfer a portion of your business to charity

You may potentially give an interest in your business to NCF, still maintain operational control, and decrease the taxes you’ll owe
this year.

How it works

This table shows the impact of giving a 3% interest in a $10,000,000 family business (S-corp), with $1 million of K-1 income. It assumes a 42% ordinary income tax rate. To learn more about this type of gift, contact your local NCF team.

Resources to show you how you can give from your business

If your business is not performing as expected this year, there are still unique opportunities that can help you save and fulfill your giving goals and commitments this year.

See the power of non-cash giving

If you are continuing in or increasing your generosity this year, you may choose to transfer an asset before the sale. This can reduce or eliminate capital gains taxes and leave you with more to give.

Use your business to fund your giving goals

If you have a heart to give charitably but feel hindered by limited cash flow and growing taxation of your business, we can help you explore options to save taxes and give more.

Planning an asset transfer through your estate?

If your business has lost value in 2020, and you’d planned to transfer ownership, now might be a good time. Because the economy has compressed the value, transferring now may bring tax savings.

See the power of non-cash giving

If you are continuing in or increasing your generosity this year, you may choose to transfer an asset before the sale. This can reduce or eliminate capital gains taxes and leave you with more to give.

Use your business to fund your giving goals

If you have a heart to give charitably but feel hindered by limited cash flow and growing taxation of your business, we can help you explore options to save taxes and give more.

Planning an asset transfer through your estate?

If your business has lost value in 2020, and you’d planned to transfer ownership, now might be a good time. Because the economy has compressed the value, transferring now may bring tax savings.

Download guide

Download Your Guide to the 2020 Giving Season

We’ve summed up the best giving opportunities 2020 offers to help you give more this year than you imagined you could.

Explore a gift opportunity before December 31st

Our team at NCF would be honored to serve you and help you make the most of your charitable giving.


Contact your local team