Giving to Pre-Born

Donations to Pre-Born are fully tax-deductible and can be gifted through any of the following options:
ECFA

Mail or Call In a Gift

You can call:
317-363-2443
855-601-BABY(2229)

or

 

You can mail your gift to:

Pre-Born
P.O. Box 78221
Indianapolis, Indiana 46278

 

We can take credit cards or checks and will provide a receipt to you promptly. Your 2017 deductible gifts must be postmarked by 12/31.

Donate Online

We accept donations online.  To make a donation online click on the donate button on the right to give to the Pre-Born Giving Fund!  You will be receiving a receipt by email promptly.  All of our online donations are secure.

Gifts of Securities:

These gifts may allow you to take a full tax deduction at the donated face value of the security at the time the donation is made, yet account for its cost basis at its original purchase price — a real win-win! Give today.

Gifts of Securities –Year-end Info:

Because the transfer of securities shares must be completed by close of business on Dec. 31, please submit your asset transfer instructions to your broker by Dec. 21. Past this deadline, contact Pre-Born at 317-363-2443 to investigate other options. Donating is a simple process. Have your broker transfer the number of shares you wish to donate to:

 

Scottrade Securities, Pre-Born account number 55965752. The DTC Number is 0705. If further information is needed, call Roxanne at (317)-253-9700.

 

If you have stock certificates, they can be mailed to the Pre-Born address above.

Other Gifting Options:

Pre-Born can accept most any type of asset through our National Christian Foundation Giving Fund including:

 

  • Real estate – land, houses, or other properties
  • Business interests – ownership in closely-held businesses, Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, or Sub-chapter S corporations
  • Restricted securities – publicly traded securities that may have sale restrictions
  • Loan notes – money owed to you through loan notes
  • Estate gifts – proceeds from wills, trusts, or life insurance policies
  • Retirement plans – 401(k) accounts, IRAs, or pension plans
  • Life insurance – term, whole, universal, or variable
  • Personal property – royalties, copyrights, artwork, or precious metals