GIVE ONLINE

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MAIL

Checks made payable to Murphy-Harpst may be mailed to:

Murphy-Harpst Children’s Centers
Attn: L. Susan Stroup
740 Fletcher Street
Cedartown, GA 30125


STOCK

A gift of long-term, appreciated stock saves money in two ways: income taxes are reduced because of the charitable donation, and the donor avoids the capital gains tax that would have applied had they sold the shares themselves. Securities can be transferred electronically, or stock certificates can be mailed to Murphy-Harpst at 740 Fletcher Street Cedartown, GA 30125.
Notify your broker or bank to transfer securities as follows:

Receiving Institution Account Number:
G6R-030856

Account Title/Registration:
Murphy-Harpst Children’s Centers
Name of Receiving DTC Brokerage Firm
SunTrust Investment Services

DTC Number:
0226

Contact Name & Number: Kitty Longshore at 770-748-1500
Note: If you are transferring shares electronically, please contact Susan Stroup at 770-748-1500 ext. 203, prior to the transaction.

Wiring Gifts
To make a gift by wire transfer, please contact the Susan Stroup at 770-748-1500 ext. 203.


PLANNED GIVING:

Methods of making planned gifts include; deferred gifts, bequests, trust instruments, independent retirement accounts (IRAs), IPOs, options, and restricted stock.

To learn more about planned giving options, contact Vice President of Development, Brian Scales at 404-309-7928.


MATCHING GIFTS:

Many companies will match your donation! Check with your company/organization to double your impact.

To learn more about matching gifts, please contact Associate Director of Development, James Waddey at jwaddey@murphyharpst.org.


CORPORATE SUPPORT & SPONSORSHIPS:

Corporate support and sponsorships are vital to our success at Murphy-Harpst. To learn more about how your company can partner with Murphy-Harpst, please contact Director of Community Engagement, Pamela Kramer at pkramer@murphyharpst.org.

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