Gifts made in honor or in memory of someone are a wonderful way to show your appreciation to a family member, colleague or friend. We will send a letter acknowledging your gift to the person (or family of the person) you are honoring. We also recognize tribute gifts in the monthly CBA Report.
You may be able to increase the value of your gift to the CBF if your employer offers a Matching Gift Program. Check with your HR department to see if this program is offered through your workplace.
Gifts of Stock or Securities
Making a gift of appreciated stock to the CBF provides critical financial support for our efforts while giving the donor potentially significant tax benefits. To make a gift of stock or securities, please contact Rene McPhedran at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-784-9595
A $15,000 gift to the general fund may be established in recognition of an attorney by one or more contributors (a group of attorneys, associates and family members). Those designated and honored received special recognition in the form of a permanent copper-etched plaque and biographical sketch maintained at the Cincinnati Bar Center.
A designated restricted fund, earmarked for a specific project or area of interest may be created with a gift of $100,000. The $100,000 may be achieved through a five-year pledge with an initial minimum gift of $25,000.
You can make a lasting impact through a Planned Gift. A charitable bequest so the CBF will enable us to serve the community for years to come. For more information, visit our Planned Giving page.
Another way to give is through corporate, firm or individual sponsorship. Sponsorships allow our foundation to hold fundraising events and raise money for our programs. Sponsorship is a great way for companies and organizations to increase their visibility as well as give back to the community. The CBF offers sponsorships for various events, including the annual Quid Pro Am Golf Outing and Rock the Foundation.
In-kind donations are non-financial gifts in the form of donated goods or services. Examples include donated items that we can use for raffles, i.e.opera tickets or restaurant gifts certificates.
Cy Pres Awards
Cy Pres Awards are residual funds in class action cases and sometime other types of proceedings like probate matters that cannot be distributed to the class members or beneficiaries for a variety of reasons. These funds can be distributed to appropriate charitable causes and the CBF is an appropriate beneficiary. For more information on Cy Pres Awards, contact Rene McPhedran at 513-699-1393 or email@example.com
The CBF is an independent, non-profit and charitable organization that is tax-exempt under 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Gifts to the Foundation are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Contact Rene McPhedran at 513-699-1393 or firstname.lastname@example.org